NRG has announced its entrance into the world of professional Valorant with the signing of Damien “daps” Steele and Chet “Chet” Singh. The North American organization shared the news through a tweet today, along with an interview featuring their new signings.
Daps is a Canadian CSGO star who has been a part of several big organizations in the past including the likes of Cloud 9, Liquid, NRG, and Optic Gaming. Prior to his switch to Riot’s tactical shooter, the 27-year-old last played for the CSGO roster of Gen.G before stepping down this September.
Chet, who was also linked with professional Counter-Strike before his move to Valorant, has been signed as a coach for the NRG Valorant roster. Similar to daps, Chet too, had ties with NRG in the past. The 24-year-old acted as a coach for the 100 Thieves CSGO squad till announcing his retirement on September 28th.
No hints are given by NRG on who their other signings will be for their Valorant roster. The current members of the clan stand at:
- Damian “daps” Steele
- Chet “Chet” Singh (Coach)
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