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RRQ reveals All-Filipino VALORANT roster, officially this time

03:54 PM January 11, 2022

The worst kept secret in Southeast Asian Valorant is officially out.

Via RRQ’s Instagram

The new roster is made up of former SV Empire Mikko “Hemsyxx” Gumapac, former Oasis Gaming Trixtan “Tr1x” Viray, former DR Esports Kelly “kellyS” Sedillo, former Zeal Esports Vince “Flash” Medado, former DR Esports Francis Danison “Rabbet” Buñag, and ranked demon rookie Dustin Kurt “skadooskurt” Dollente.

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“We want to be at the top of PH rankings and represent PH in SEA-level tournaments, and as well as the upcoming Masters I and II and VCT Champions,” RRQ team manager Lan “Kingmaker” Rigates stated.

When asked about the accidental roster leak, Kingmaker described it as a relatively “good experience”.

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“Quite relieved, to be honest, but it’s a good experience tho. [Whether] it [got] leaked or not, the roster was already finalized beforehand. When [Esports Inquirer] previously included Rabbet in [a now-deleted] article, I’m thought someone already leaked the info from the team before I did,” he revealed.

Unbeknownst to many, this isn’t RRQ’s first venture with Filipinos FPS. Back in 2018, they picked up Team Secret’s Jayvee “DubsteP” Paguirigan and Kevin “Dispenser” Te for their Asian CS:GO superteam where they ended atop of the IESPL TBOF CS:GO League standings.

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