KRÜ Esports has released three of their key players from the roster ahead of 2023. They are Joaquín Ignacio “delz1k” Espinoza Soto, Roberto Francisco “Mazino” Rivas Bugueño, and Angelo “keznit” Mori.
The Latin American team has got into the “Valorant Champions Tour 2023: Americas League” and will aim to bring some fresh gems to the roster. The released trio has been playing for KRÜ Esports since the beginning of 2021. They have made notable contributions to the team’s major accomplishments over the last two years. Due to the new import rules, KRÜ Esports will be able to bring any players from Latin America, starting from the Americas league.
Meanwhile, the team has planned to keep Juan Pablo “NagZ” Lopez and Nicolas “Klaus” Ferrari on the roster. The duo has been consistent with their personal performances.
KRÜ Esports is a regular participant in global LAN events. They are Latin America’s most successful Valorant team and one of the top favorites in the upcoming Americas league. However, the team’s results at the events they were qualified for have been significantly inconsistent. They could not finish any LAN event this year placing above ninth. They finished in the bottom four at both Masters: Reykjavík and Masters: Copenhagen, while they were spotted at 11th place at Champions. In this year’s Valorant Champions, the team was eliminated from the group stages and could not compete in the playoffs.