Rumors claim that FaZe Clan is making changes to its VALORANT roster

Rumors claim that FaZe Clan is making changes to its VALORANT roster

15. April 2023 by miranda angeles

Many rumors have recently surfaced suggesting that FaZe Clan might be changing their VALORANT squad ahead of the Challengers Split 2. Furthermore, they claim these changes are due to the squad’s disappointing performance in Split 1.

In Split 1, FaZe Clan’s team did not perform their best, so they finished fourth in their group and were eliminated in the lower round of the Mid-Season. What for the organization meant a performance far below expectations.

FaZe Clan’s VALORANT squad changes

According to information published by journalist Max Katz, FaZe Clan may currently be restructuring the roster. The squad changes aim to achieve better results in Split 2.

According to Katz, Anthony “mummAy” DiPaolo and Tanner “TiGG” Spanu would enter the FaZe Clan squad to replace Daniel “Rossy” Abedrabbo and Quan “dicey” Tra.

One of the players who can be replaced has been on the team for a very short time. We are talking about Rossy, who exactly was signed before the start of the Challengers. Rossy previously played for TSM. On the other hand, there is Dicey, who, if he has been representing the FaZe Clan jersey for a longer time, this player joined the team at the beginning of 2022.

Now, let’s talk about the players who can be replacements. Both mummAy and TiGG joined Turtle Troop in the middle of the Split.

Unexpected changes for players

FaZe Clan may be putting forward changes that are a bit unexpected for players. However, according to information from journalist Max Katz, this is very likely to happen.

If the rumors are true and the changes occur, all the organization’s fans could see the new players quickly. The second Split is just around the corner, so that you can see the new squad in action on April 19. On that day, FaZe Clan has its first clash against The Guard.

On the other hand, it is important to mention the two possible new players of FaZe Clan for their VALORANT squad. Both players have a very high level of play and experience in top-level competitions.

MummAy is a player who trained with CS:GO; however, they switched to VALORANT. Since starting his career as a professional in VALORANT, this player has been jumping from one team to another, but he has played a key role in each of the squads where he has played.

On the other hand, we have TiGG, who competed for a long time with the Luminosity Gaming jersey, then became part of the Shopify Rebellion squad. However, earlier this year, he left the team.