Crazy Raccoon parts ways with most of Valorant squad

Crazy Raccoon parts ways with most of Valorant squad

The eSports organization is undergoing some modifications to its teams

It seems that Crazy Raccoon is making a big change in their lineup after announcing that they have parted ways with some of the members. Representatives of the Japanese club announced the changes to the VALORANT lineup, which means they will start the 2022 season with a new roster.

It’s no secret that this seems to be becoming a very common move, as teams around the world have started to make adjustments to their VALORANT rosters, seen as an effort to have a better chance of securing the Champions League title. Regarding Crazy Raccoon, Hideki “Fisker” Sasaki, Daiki “Minty” Kato, An “Medusa” Min-cheol, Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki and head coach Yusuke “mun” Ota have left the team. Of all these members, Neth was the only remaining member of the roster who was able to compete in VALORANT Champion.

In the beginning, Crazy Raccoon had great results in their region. The team took 1st place in VCT 2021: Japan Stage 1 Masters. However, things were becoming worse in subsequent major tournaments. In Berlin, at VCT 2021: Stage 3 Masters, the team did not get higher than the 9th-12th place, and the first VALORANT Champions 2021 World Championship ended for Team Japan on the 13-16th line.

Due to these results, the team is now looking to change history for the upcoming season and believes that through a change in its roster this can be achieved more easily. The team had better find a new lineup before the 2022 season begins, although the organization made it clear to fans that a new lineup will be announced in the coming weeks.

Many of the players who were released are currently free agents, although it was announced that Bazzi has already found a new team to compete with, ESports Connected.



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