Tidus “STYRON” Goh is out of his contract with Enigma Gaming and is ready to find a new team where he can ply his trade.
SINGAPORE – Tidus “STYRON” Goh is now free to explore his options in the market following the disbandment of Enigma Gaming’s MY/SG VALORANT roster. Taking to social media to announce his free agency, the 21-year-old emphasized his readiness to consider offers from any region, adding that he is “still as hungry and passionate as ever to compete and grind.”
STYRON had been part of the Indian organization since the creation of their first fully MY/SG roster in February which incorporated the former LaZe (Gaimin Gladiators) core. Throughout his tenure at Enigma Gaming, he performed well in propelling the team to qualify for both the VCL MY/SG Split 1 and 2 main events where the team landed third and fourth places, respectively.
Particularly in the former event, his performance singled him out as the highest-rated player on his team, as per VLR.gg‘s statistics.
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STYRON’s journey in the season extended beyond the VCT, as he, along with three of his fellow Singaporean teammates from Enigma Gaming, had the honor of representing their country in the VALORANT competition at the 32nd Southeast Asian Games. This run in Cambodia reached its pinnacle when Team Singapore achieved gold medal status, with STYRON notably standing out as the team’s second-highest-rated player with Initiator.
With the VCT 2023 season nearing its end, STYRON will hope to find a new place to call home in short order. He has now become an option for teams scouring the market in search of a talented up-and-coming player ahead of the coming season. Being bilingual in English and Mandarin, the Singaporean player is well-positioned to consider offers in almost any region including China, with a particular preference towards the roles of Initiator and in-game leader.
Beyond his time at the peak level of MY/SG VALORANT, STYRON brings to the table a rich history that includes tenure in Counter-Strike with organizations such as Paper Rex and China’s Team Aster.
STYRON has also been spending his off time offering coaching sessions and VOD reviews for interested individuals and teams keen to improve their play.
Interested parties can contact the player on Twitter at @STYR0N.
Cover photo courtesy of VALORANT Esports MYSG