Velocity Gaming revamps VALORANT roster for 2023 with addition of ec1s and Doma
Two EMEA heavyweights will be seen competing in the SA region under the banner of an Indian squad.
Velocity Gaming has officially revealed its new squad for the 2023 competitive season after weeks of teasers about its new lineup. Two EMEA players have been added to the Velocity Gaming (VLT) squad, and they will compete in the VCT Challengers League in South Asia (VCL SA Split 1 2023) which will be hosted by NODWIN Gaming.
As a part of the revamp, Saksham “Deadly10” Aurangabadkar has also been moved to the bench.
The initial addition Domagoj "Doma" Fancev, 19, first gained notoriety while playing for SUMN FC. He was afterwards signed by Fnatic, where he competed in two major tournaments, Berlin Champions and Reykjavk Masters 2. Doma's involvement in Masters 2 stood out since he and his team came so close to winning the competition but lost to the top-ranked Sentinels.
The second brand-new face of Velocity Gaming, ec1s, is also from the EMEA region. He is most known for having led the original Team Liquid VALORANT lineup throughout its in-game era. While the controller player spent the previous season with HEET and North America's 100 Thieves for a brief two and one month, respectively, he has generally been absent from the top tiers of VALORANT since his departure in May 2021.
Velocity Gaming VALORANT roster 2023:
- David “Dav” Miljanić (Coach)
- Sagnik “Hellff” Roy
- Debanjan “DEATHMAKER” Das
- Karan “Excali” Mhaswadkar
- Domagoj “Doma” Fancev
- Adam “ec1s” Eccles
The brand-new Velocity Gaming VALORANT Roster will be seen in action shortly in March in an effort to win the VALORANT Challengers League through the SA region.