It has recently been reported that Leviatán has signed one of VALORANT’s best players. The Spanish-speaking organization will have one of the best duelists on the planet.
The VALORANT transfer market is currently hot in the main leagues around the world. However, today, we will focus on the Leviatán organization, one of the Latin American organizations most supported by the VALORANT community. This Argentinean organization is one of the two organizations representing the region in the VCT Americas league.
Leviatán has shown great potential. Last year, they were among the top eight teams in the world. However, this season, they finished fifth in the regular league. The team was just one series away from qualifying again for this year’s VALORANT Champions.
Leviatán had a respectable season. However, recently, their roster underwent some changes. The departure of Vicente “Tacolilla” Compagnon and Onur from the coaching staff left the team without a coach and a Duelist. Without a doubt, this is a strong movement in the team. However, the organization had no choice but to reinforce the team and return to their initial goal of winning everything. And it seems they have succeeded.
Aspas will reinforce Leviatán’s squad
Remember that a leaker announced that Leviatán had signed Aspas a few days ago. This is now “official” information, and the Brazilian world champion will come to Leviatán to reinforce the staff. Undoubtedly, this is a great signing for this organization, as they have taken one of the best duelists in the world. Aspas and Demon1, Something, or Derke are among the few players who have won a VALORANT World Championship until today.
LEAK: Aspas, ex-jugador de LOUD y campeón del mundo de Valorant, ha llegado a un acuerdo con Leviatán para #VCTAmericas
Reporte de @anonimotum, añado que aún no hay firma y quedan sorpresas, pero la elección está hecha. ¡Lo hicimos! #GiraAspasGiraLEV 🌪️💙 pic.twitter.com/bLidE0jtLS
— Lembo (@Lembo006) September 20, 2023
The signing by Leviatán could be more of an illusion or dream than a reality. However, it is important to note that the organization can compete for the best players in the world. At the moment, many details about this alleged signing are unknown, such as the salary of the Brazilian player. However, it has been speculated that Aspas will receive a percentage of the sales of the team’s jerseys in Brazil. It is important to note that it is only a rumor so far.
Now, without a doubt, the signing of Aspas would be an intriguing move inside and outside the VALORANT servers. For the first time, Latin America united to support a national team that could compete with any team worldwide. We will have to wait to see how Aspas’ arrival to the team will be and how they adapt to the different languages. But, without a doubt, it would be a very important step for this Latin American team for the following season. Soon, we will see the Leviatán team participate in pre-season competitions in venues such as the Superdome in Colombia and teams like KRÜ Esports, FURIA, or Cloud9.