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VALORANT Champions Tour Game Changers team NOTHING2LOSE, one of the top female teams since their formation in May, have signed with North American organization XSET, the organization announced on Thursday.

NOTHING2LOSE recently won back-to-back VCT Game Changers Academy tournaments in July and August. The team also recently competed in the third series of Game Changers qualifiers in North America. They will be battling against some of the region’s toughest competition in Cloud9 White, Shopify Rebellion and Gen.G Black.

XSET are no strangers to the female competitive VALORANT scene. They previously had a European roster comprised of former Counter-Strike professionals who were released from XSET on Sept. 20. That roster has now been reportedly picked up by European organization G2 Esports. XSET will be re-entering the female VALORANT scene with a North American-based team this time around.

NOTHING2LOSE quickly rises throughout Game Changers

NOTHING2LOSE started turning heads in early May when they placed second at the Pittsburgh Knights Sakura Cup behind TSM Female. That success continued at the V1sionaries tournament and Super Girl Gamer Pro Championship. They placed top four at both events and lost to Dignitas Female at the latter one.

Despite NOTHING2LOSE ‘s recent success throughout VALORANT, the roster had remained unsigned to an organization while other teams around them, like GX3 and VersionX, were picked up.

The roster consists of the three original members that formed NOTHING2LOSE: Ariane “ARIANARCHISTLafrenière, Katherine “starriebun” So and Carolyn “ArtstaR” Noquez. Both Maryna “maryna” Semyaniv and Elena “EllieTwitches” Garland joined the roster later. NOTHING2LOSE have been together as a core five since August of 2021.

  • ARIANARCHIST
  • Starriebun
  • ArtstaR
  • Maryna
  • EllieTwitches
Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, VALORANT and Halo.
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