The Filipino organization parted ways with its VALORANT lineup six days after the team was announced unable to attend VCT Masters 3: Berlin due to visa issues.
Bren Esports VALORANT sat down with VALO2ASIA ahead of the Filipino team’s journey to Berlin, and touched on the impact of their mental coach, the Filipino community and what changes they feel have had the biggest impact on their improvement since VCT Stage 2.
Despite being a one-year-old game, VALORANT has brought so many new names to the light. As Stage 3 draws to a close, sixteen of Southeast Asia’s finest teams will show what they’ve got so far in order to earn a spot at Masters 3 Berlin. With this high caliber of VALORANT professional matchups happening soon, VALO2ASIA has prepared a list of names that you should keep a close eye on.
The Filipino star discussed the team’s excellent run, adjusting to VALORANT, the difference, and the team’s preparation for the next SEA Challengers Playoffs, among other topics, during the post-match interview.