All women’s VALORANT teams

The game keeps changing.

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Even after a stellar, expectation-defying first year, the women’s VALORANT scene is set to grow even larger heading into 2022. The first series of Game Changers events in both North America and the EMEA region performed quite well in terms of attracting both viewers and aspiring players, and it spread to Brazil and Latin America as well.

Game Changers is set to expand heading into 2022, with more Game Changers events set for other regions, and even a world finals on LAN planned for the end of the year. The support from the community and from Riot has led to an influx of women’s teams, which has motivated some of esports’ biggest organizations to jump into the rising women’s VALORANT scene.

Here’s a list of the known women’s VALORANT teams from around the world, separated by region.

North American women’s VALORANT teams

Here are the women’s teams from North America.

  • Cloud9 White
  • Shopify Rebellion
  • Dignitas Female
  • XSET Female
  • TSM Female
  • Gen.G Black
  • Counter Logic Gaming Red
  • VersionX
  • Complexity GX3
  • Polaris

EMEA women’s VALORANT teams

Here are the women’s teams from Europe, Turkey, and the CIS region.

  • TENSTAR Nova
  • Guild X
  • G2 Gozen
  • Futbolist Female
  • SuperMassive Blaze Female
  • Oxygen Esports
  • Rix.GG Lightning
  • Fire Flux Female
  • BBL Queens
  • Chat Banned
  • SMARACIS eSports Female

Brazilian women’s VALORANT teams

Here are the women’s teams from Brazil.

  • Team Liquid Brazil
  • B4 Angels
  • Havan Liberty Female
  • Keyd Stars Athenas
  • breakout
  • Stars Horizon Vênus
  • Cruzeiro Esports

Southeast Asian women’s VALORANT teams

Hare the women’s teams from Southeast Asia.

  • Alter Ego Celestè
  • Nigma Galaxy Female
  • Renatus White
  • Mad Army
  • VLT Asteria
  • TC Arise
  • Aricat Aresta


Scott Robertson
VALORANT lead staff writer, also covering CS:GO, FPS games, other titles, and the wider esports industry. Watching and writing esports since 2014. Previously wrote for Dexerto, Upcomer, Splyce, and somehow MySpace. Jack of all games, master of none.