All North American VALORANT teams

Lots of promise and potential in NA VALORANT.

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As professional VALORANT continues to grow at a rapid rate, one region that has captured a ton of attention is North America. Over the first two full years of VCT action in 2021 and 2022, North American teams like Sentinels, OpTic, Cloud9, and others have captured large fan bases and viewership numbers.

Heading into 2023, the scene will shift dramatically as VALORANT esports enters the partnership era, with three top-tier leagues across the world: one for the Americas, one for EMEA, and one for all of Asia.

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While the partnered teams are locked into their respective leagues for the foreseeable future, they won’t be alone forever since the Challengers events are being rebranded as a fully-fledged tier-two system. These will lead to Ascension events, where teams can earn two-year promotion windows in the top-tier global leagues.

All North American teams in the VCT Americas 2023 league

Five teams from North America will compete in the 10-team VCT Americas league in 2023.


The 2023 roster for Cloud9 consists of yay, Zellsis, vanity, Xeppaa, and leaf. The team will be coached by Matthew “mCe” Elmore.


The 2023 roster for Sentinels consists of TenZ, deph, zekken, pANcada, and Sacy. The team will be coached by Don “Syyko” Muir.

Evil Geniuses

The 2023 roster for Evil Geniuses consists of Ethan, BcJ, Boostio, Reformed, jawgemo, C0M, and Apotheon, and is currently coached by Christine “potter” Chi. More players will be added.


The 2023 roster for NRG consists of FNS, Crashies, Victor, s0m, and ardiis, and will be coached by Chet Singh.

100 Thieves

The 2023 roster for 100T consists of Asuna, Derrek, stellar, bang, and Cryocells. The team will be coached by Michael “Mikes” Hockom.

All Brazilian/Latin American teams in the VCT Americas 2023 league

KRÜ Esports

The 2023 roster for KRÜ consists of Klaus, NagZ, xand, Daveeys, Melser, and axeddy. The team will be coached by Leandro “Leazo” Liset.


The 2023 roster for Leviatán consists of kiNgg, Tacolilla, Shyy, Nozwerr, Mazino, and keznit. The team will be coached by Rodrigo “Onur” Dalmagro.


The 2023 roster for LOUD consists of aspas, Less, saadhak, cauanzin, and tuyz. The team will be coached by Daniel “fRoD” Montaner.

FURIA Esports

The 2023 roster for FURIA consists of qck, Khalil, mazin, dgzin, and mwzera. The team will be coached by Carlos “Carlão” Mohn.


The 2023 roster for MIBR consists of jzz, frz, heat, murizzz, RgLM, and TxoziN. The team will be coached by Matheus “bzkA” Tarasconi.

All other North American VALORANT teams

Here is a list of organizations in North America that currently field VALORANT rosters or are planning to compete in the NA Challengers scene in 2023.

  • The Guard
  • TSM
  • G2 Esports
  • VersionX
  • M80 Esports
  • Shopify Rebellion