Team Heretics Replaces The VALORANT Roster With A Brand-New, Young Squad For VCT 2024.

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Another EMEA VALORANT squad is being put together for the 2024 VCT season, with a focus on changing their seasoned lineup from 2023 into an exciting lineup made up of up-and-coming European talent.

The official roster of Team Heretics for the forthcoming VCT season has been expanded to include a new group of brothers who want to make a name for themselves in tier-one VALORANT.

Those two, the IGL Riardas “Boo” Lukaeviius and his younger brother Dominykas “MiniBoo” Lukaeviius, will battle alongside Benjy “benjyfishy” Fish of the VCL East and two Turkish prospects in Enes “RieNs” Ecirli and Mert “Wo0t” Alkan.

The Heretics revealed their new roster plan, beginning with the Oscar “mixwell” Cañellas retirement video from a few days prior.

The video concludes with Benjyfishy leaving for Berlin to practice with his new squad while he continues to talk about each new teammate.

The film presents the new 2024 roster as “Los Niños” and “the kids dynasty,” however it makes no mention of Wassim “keloqz” Cista, who Heretics has not yet released.

It makes reasonable to describe to this group as “the kids” in contrast to the senior core from 2023, since Boo is the team’s oldest player at 25.

Not a single player older than 19 or with Tier 1 experience is still on the roster. Still, there’s a lot of hype about it.

Benjyfishy won Rookie of the Season in the East: Surge Split One of 2023, and MiniBoo won Season MVP in the Spain: Rising Split Two.

RieNs was an essential component of the Turkish team that reached both Turkish Split finals and won one of them. Wo0t received the Regular Season MVP award for the 2023 Turkish Split, despite the fact that his team did not have the same degree of success.

Although these players have talent, they also work well together in their individual responsibilities. Here are the anticipated positions for this Heretics roster after 2024:

  • Boo (Controller, IGL)
  • MiniBoo (Duelist)
  • Wo0t (Flex)
  • RieNs (Initiator)
  • benjyfishy (Sentinel)

All of the players on this beginning lineup, from MiniBoo on Jett and Raze to ReiNs on Breach and Sova, have a great deal of expertise performing the aforementioned roles, despite the fact that this is simply a hypothetical starting lineup.

Even if the two Lithuanian brothers have a history of getting along, these guys might need some time to adjust to this new lineup.

Additionally, diversified rosters are usually needed in EMEA VALORANT, and many of them can be profitable, as we saw with Fnatic.

The Heretics team might theoretically be a dark horse not just for 2024 but possibly for years to come. But the right personnel and circumstances are required.

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