It has been reported that Gen.G are planning an all-women Valorant roster, to follow the likes of Cloud9 White, Dignitas and Counter Logic Gaming. The team is set to be built with the enlisted help of Madison 'Maddiesuun' Mann, a Fortnite player from Team Bumble, who is set to act as a mentor and scout for the team, the Esports Insider reports.
"By expanding Team Bumble with an all-women VALORANT team, we are laser-focused on finding the best untapped female talent on the planet," states Nate Stanz, General Manager for Gen.G. "We will be integrated into the North American scene quickly, including scrims with and against our current roster. We commit to providing the correct competitive tools for the quickest path to success for all our players."
All-female rosters are finally becoming more common place in esports, even seeing these teams play in the male-dominated main events. Across the qualifying tournament of the Nerd Street Gamers' Valorant First Strike series, several all-women rosters competed, with some even getting very close to the quarter-finals.
Who would you like to see Gen.G recruit to their all-female Valorant team?
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