Founded in 2009, Team SoloMid (TSM) is regarded as some of the foremost esport organization with rosters among numerous titles – League of Legends, PUBG PC, Fortnite, Apex Legends and Rainbox Six Seige among others. The organisation hasn’t shied away from trying out the latest titles, rather it approaches them despite umpteen uncertainties.

Yet again, US based organization has showcased its will to experiment with Riot Games’ first-person shooter (FPS) Valorant. In other news, TSM recently laid off its PUBG PC and Rocket League rosters.

Earlier today, TSM announced on social media that the organisation is looking forward to establish Valorant professional lineup and is hunting for Valorant content creators as well.

South Korea’ T1 was the foremost organisation to sign former CS:GO pro Braxton “Brax” Pierce and his former teammate Keven “AZK” Larivière to establish its Valorant squad. Soon after the launch of beta version, Ninjas in Pyjamas followed the suit and re-signed their former Paladins squad with minor adjustments to embark upon Valorant.

Last week, North-America’s Cloud9 revealed that former CS:GO player and content creater Tyson “TenZ” Ngo will be their first professional Valorant player. Several other organisations including 100 Thieves are hosting online Valorant showmatches as well.