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Oasis Gaming Releases Ripper and Kurtesy, Adds Three New Coaches For VALORANT

08:33 PM October 11, 2022

As they prepare for next year’s Ascencion League, Oasis Gaming made moves by releasing two players and adding three new coaches for VALORANT.

First up, Oasis released two of their mainstays in Mark “Ripper” Laguardia and Kurt Francis “kurtesy” Cinco. The pair helped Oasis Gaming soar high this year as they reached the VCT PH Stage 1 Playoffs and even clinched a spot at the APAC Stage 2 Qualifiers. However, their last outing with the team ended in dismay as Oasis Gaming faltered against RRQ in the semifinals of the Predator League 2022 – Philippines VALORANT.

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With his exit, Ripper publicly revealed that he would take a break from competitive VALORANT. On the other hand, Kurtesy will continue with his professional VALORANT career as he looks for a new team, all while competing with his collegiate squad.

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Meanwhile, Oasis Gaming ramps up its support staff as they picked up former Bren Esports coach See Wey “Evo” Kang, coach returnee Vic “Flufee” Villavicencio, and former SR Kadiliman and Nacague player Rhomzz “Eraxx” Santos as coaches. With three coaches in the team, Evo will become the main coach for the VALORANT team, Flufee as the team’s strategic coach, while Eraxx is delegated to the assistant coaching position.

With missing spots on the team, Oasis Gaming is left with the following:

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  • Omar Shariff “coco” Lopez
  • Adrian Jiggs “invy” Reyes
  • Bhreyanne Christ “Wild0reoo” Reyes
  • See Wey “Evo” Kang (Coach)
  • Vic “Flufee” Villavicencio (Strategic Coach)
  • Rhomzz “Eraxx” Santos (Assistant Coach)
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