Rex Regum Qeon will retain Emman and continue to play with 2ge for next year.
PHILIPPINES – Rex Regum Qeon (RRQ) will retain the services of Emmanuel “Emman” Morales and James “2ge” Goopio, the Indonesian organization has announced. It brings the player count up to four, three of whom came from the previous RRQ PH lineup.
The duo secured spots to compete under the black and orange banner in the Pacific partnered league next year after impressing on trial with the team. It saw RRQ move toward keeping most of their PH lineup for next year. The team already secured Eroll Jule “EJAY” Delfin and Nathaniel “Nexi” Cabero.
ALSO READ: RRQ unveil EJAY and Nexi for VCT 2023
Emman has a strong track record, having previously played for some top teams in the country, including Nigma Galaxy and Action PH before putting pen to paper and signing with RRQ in July. Alongside 2ge, the two players had a considerable impact on RRQ’s first-ever VALORANT trophy at Predator League 2022 Philippines as the team’s two highest-rated players with 248.3 and 247 ACS, respectively.
RRQ will need at least two more players in total since VALORANT Esports rules require teams to have at least a minimum of six and a maximum of ten players signed to compete in the VCT Pacific league.
The new-look RRQ will be making its debut next year at the VCT 2023 kickoff tournament set to take place in São Paulo, Brazil.
RRQ are now:
- 🇵🇭 Eroll Jule “EJAY” Delfin
- 🇵🇭 Nathaniel “Nexi” Cabero
- 🇵🇭 Emmanuel “Emman” Morales
- 🇵🇭 James “2ge” Goopio
- 🇿🇦 Martin “Ewok” (Head coach)
- 🇵🇭 Jose “Rbtx” Carlo Jamir (Analyst)
Cover photo courtesy of RRQ