ec1s and Doma officially become a part of Velocity’s active Valorant roster
One of the leading esports organisations, Velocity Gaming, recently teased a lot about their Valorant Roster. Speculations were going on regarding their roster for quite a long time, and now it has finally settled. Velocity Gaming took its Twitter account to unveil the new roster for the VCT Challengers League 2023 South Asia. The Valorant roster comprises 3 Indian players and 2 recently acquired well-known International faces, ec1s and Doma. Velocity Gaming can now give tough competition to their opponents with such an experienced roster comprising both National and International talents. ec1s will lead the team, while Doma will help the team with his experience.
Velocity’s current Valorant roster
The official 5-man roster, including the coach, is now revealed. Fans become excited to see this new Velocity Gaming roster which looks like this –
- ec1s aka Adam Eccles
- Doma aka Domagoj Fancev
- Hellff aka Sagik Roy
- Excali aka Karan Mhaswedkar
- DEATHMAKER aka Debanjan Das
- Coach – Dav aka David Miljanic
So ec1s and Doma have replaced the previous two players Deadly10 aka Saksham Aurangabadkar and Amaterasu, aka Anuj Sharma. From the current active roster, fans can expect the two international players to stay in their current roles. While DEATHMAKER will play his duelist role, Hellff’s position might remain as a Controller, and Excali might have to be flexible between his role as an initiator or duelist.
About ec1s and his effect on the team
Adam Eccles, better known by his in-game name ec1s, is a British player who previously played for Team Liquid. He also served as an in-game leader for 100 Thieves, during his term there, he played at the VCT NA Challengers. ec1s is mainly known for his leadership capabilities and has a stronghold between Controller and Support agents. Being the in-game leader, his experience with Controller-type agents will surely help Velocity to have a suitable Controller in the game. Agents picked by him mostly are Omen and Brimstone, though he is very versatile and can be a support player too.
About Doma and his effect on the team
Domagoj Fancev, better known by his in-game name Doma is a Croatian Valorant Player who played for Fnatic, TENSTAR and MAD Lions. He has been a top player while playing Sentinels or Initiator Agents. During the VCT 2021, he became quite famous for his gameplay performance. Though not sure about his role in Velocity Gaming, yet his Initiator gameplay might cement his place as the team’s next Initiator.
As Velocity Gaming’s roster is now unveiled, Velocity Gaming became the third Indian Esports team to have players imported from across the world. With the current acquisitions, the team looks confident enough to perform strongly in the upcoming VCT Challengers League 2023 South Asia. Read our other news on Velocity Gaming.