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Evil Geniuses' Boostio reacts to the crowd onstage after his team's win against DRX at VCT Masters Tokyo.
Photo by Colin Young-Wolff via Riot Games

Where are all former EG VALORANT players competing in 2024?

Five kings, headed to new lands.

After a historic run through Champions 2023, Evil Geniuses sat on top of the professional VALORANT world following their successful championship stand in Los Angeles. A few months later, however, the whole team has gone their separate ways, and will be competing on different squads for the new year.

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North American VALORANT fans were quick to lament how sudden EG’s trophy-winning collective broke apart, but looking towards 2024, some new powerhouses have risen from the ashes of the defending World Champions. Following the crumbling of Evil Geniuses as an esports org, superstars have made their way to greener pastures while others are still waiting on what the future holds.

Here all of the current teams for the members of Evil Geniuses 2023 Champions roster.

All teams for each former 2023 Evil Geniuses VALORANT player

Ethan Arnold

Evil Geniuses' Ethan holds the VALORANT Champions 2023 trophy after victory in the grand finals.
New ventures for the 23-year-old. Photo by Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games

Often considered to be a dark horse MVP for the Geniuses through the regular season and at international events, Ethan has taken his talents to NRG’s revamped VALORANT roster for the new year. He will be joining another familiar face on this roster as he aims to break into the upper echelon of the world in a new home.

Max “Demon1” Mazanov

Evil Geniuses VALORANT player Demon1 poses on stage after the team qualifies for Masters Tokyo.
Arguably the best in the world. Photo by Stefan Wisnoski/Riot Games

His name might be Demon1, but he was heaven-sent for Evil Geniuses during the 2023 season, becoming one of the best players in the world ever since joining the team. His pure mechanical skill and decision making have catapulted him to superstardom, and as a result, he easily found a new place to call home with Ethan at NRG.

Kelden “Boostio” Pupello

Kelden "Boostio" Pupello walks out on stage at the VCT Champions tournament in Los Angeles.
A fan favorite on a new squad. Photo by Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games

Boostio is heralded as one of the best in-game leaders in NA, and was one of the best fragging IGLs at Champions 2023. His relatable personality and unbeatable confidence helped EG take down multiple star rosters during their run to the trophy, and has earned himself a spot as 100 Thieves’ IGL for 2024.

Corbin “C0M” Lee

Corbin "C0M" Lee smiles while holding the 2023 VCT Champions trophy on stage in Los Angeles.
Say hello to the Clutch King. Photo by Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games

Over the course of Champions 2023, C0M was the most-clutch player of the tournament, according to pro stats aggregate He electrified the crowd, kept his team alive with countless plays, and was an underrated member of this powerful roster. The 23-year-old’s efforts finally got him a new roster spot alongside star duelist Erick “aspas” Santos on Argentinian org, Leviatán.

Alexander “jawgemo” Mor

Jawgemo shakes hands with a player on the main stage of the VCT Masters Tokyo tournament.
Will the Big Dawgemo find a place to call home? Photo by Colin Young-Wolff via Riot Games

Only one player from EG’s superstar roster remains unsigned for the 2024 season: jawgemo. The 24-year-old Cambodian is another flashy fragger that had the fifth-most kills at Champions 2023. As of publishing, however, the talented star hasn’t been linked to any organization, and many rosters in the region have already taken shape.

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Tyler Esguerra
Lead League of Legends writer for Dot Esports. Forever an LCS supporter, AD carry main, with more than five years in the industry. Sometimes I like clicking heads in Call of Duty or VALORANT. Creator of the Critical Strike Podcast.