Esports XO May Acquire Samurai Esports Valorant Roster

The article talks about the possibility that Esports XO May Acquire Samurai Esports Valorant Roster soon

Esports XO May Acquire Samurai Esports Valorant Roster

According to the revelations from sources recently, the organization Esports XO may acquire the Valorant Roster of Samurai Esports in days to come.  A well-known esports tournament management company, Esports XO, that formerly did not have a Valorant roster in Valorant, is all set to acquire the Valorant roster of Samurai Esports. The news stands as a closed source leak rather than an official announcement. The article talks about the possibility that Esports XO May Acquire Samurai Esports Valorant Roster soon.

Esports XO May Acquire Samurai Esports Valorant Roster
Esports XO May Acquire Samurai Esports Valorant Roster

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Esports XO May Acquire Samurai Esports

EsportsXO is an esports tournament management company that offers software to manage tournaments online. The organization has parented with content creators who enjoy following and viewership in millions. EsportsXO was started in 2020 with an idea to build the biggest community of console, PC, and mobile gamers across the world, who can come together under a single roof.

Esports XO May Acquire Samurai Esports Valorant Roster
Esports XO May Acquire Samurai Esports Valorant Roster

According to TalkEsport, the contract signing will take place by the end of July and then, the roster will be transferred to Esports XO within a month. The current Samurai Esports is expected to play under the banner of Esports XO by August end. The Valorant roster of Samurai Esports is pretty strong at its end and has been dominating in the current Valorant circuit. They are well-known for holding their ground against powerful teams like Velocity Gaming on equal terms.

Samurai Esports had officially announced its entry into competitive Valorant and content creation on March 24th, 2021. The organization hosted an event in Mumbai, India, to introduce its Valorant roster and content creators, following Excali’s decision to leave Team Mahi.

Samurai Esports revealed that the organization would mentor and guide the Valorant roster and prepare the team for future esports tournaments, striving to earn its place among the top Valorant Teams.

SAMURAI ESPORTS VALORANT ROSTER:

  • Simar ‘psy’ Sethi
  • Karan ‘Excali’ Mhaswadkar
  • Harsh ‘Harsh’ Arora
  • Saaransh ‘Whimp’ Dang
  • Shailesh ‘blackhawk’ Dalvi

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