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Spacestation release their roster

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In the second such announcement in just a few days, after Dignitas on March 31st, Spacestation Gaming have announced that they’ve dropped their VALORANT roster.

Spacestation entered VALORANT in late August of 2020, signing the Bloom roster that had taken TSM to the limit in the FaZe Clan VALORANT Invitational. Slowly, they tinkered with the roster until Daniel "roca" Gustaferri was the only original member left, adding Kelden "Boostio" Pupello, Magno  "Pr0phie" Ramos, and most recently David "DXN" Nguyen and Derrek "Derrek" Ha on trial. However, they struggled to grab good results. They failed to make any Challengers event in VCT Stage 1, and fell to NRG Esports in the first open qualifier of Stage 2. In non-Riot events as well, they’ve consistently fallen behind other signed rosters.

Despite the results and the dropping of the roster, there’s still fantastic pieces here for any organization to pick up. Spacestation also note that they “will continue to support VALORANT and look at different initiatives in the future.” For now, all of Spacestation’s roster - roca, Boostio, Pr0phie, trials DXN and Derrek, and coach Tristan “Ranger” Pehrson - are free agents.

Comments

Well the scene is getting pretty competitive, so this can happen to teams like SG.
I hope roca gets picked up.
2021-04-04 19:40
makes sense considering the results. I hope roca and derrek can find good teams!
2021-04-04 20:37
As an org, SSG insta is pretty flipping hilarous. Sad to see then go but people are right. Really competitive scene means things will change. Hope this aint the end for SSG valorant
2021-04-04 21:27
They will for sure, and probably so will Dignitas
I belive that after Masters 2, SSG will most likely get a new roster
2021-04-04 22:32
roster was too weak for an ambitious org like spacestation that has been trying to become an household name especially in the alternative esports like Rainbow Six or Rocket LEague, they will definetely look towards putting togheter a more competitive team
2021-04-05 08:21
Yeah thats for sure.
2021-04-05 10:02
DIG and now SSG. First sign of Valorant scene dying. When LAN comes back, it will be even worse because teams will get back to CSGO
2021-04-05 11:29
"first sign of scene dying" 🤣🤣 you funny man. this to me will be the settling gro
unds of whos the top 10/20 teams out their for all regions then you will see the scene strengthen with consistencys etc not only that no offence to dig or ssg but they where both no where near strong enough for the likes of tsm sen envy 100t , you never know they may come back with a better team but the scenes far off dying 🤣🤣
2021-04-05 15:16
only 5-10 teams max can be 'the best' and fight for the title every tournament. By your logic every team should quit but the best of the best. That's exactly what happened to NA CSGO scene and will happen to Valorant soon enough
2021-04-06 15:02
n0thing | Anime4life
Unfortunate.
2021-04-05 15:00

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