All eyes might be on the VCT playoffs around the world, but the Valorant world still continued to produce new headlines nonetheless. Here's what you might have missed this past week.

This week's edition covers news from June 11 - June 17.

Roster Changes

Results & Standings

Other News & Rumors

  • According to a report from Dot Esports reporter George Geddes, CLG are looking to field a male roster in the upcoming months. They have also reportedly applied for partnership in the franchised league, coming in 2023. The organization currently fields a North American Game Changers team in Valorant.
  • A recent report from 1pv reporter neL has revealed that G2 Esports are looking to leave the European Valorant scene and join the fray in North America. This news comes after the organization applied for spots in the 2023 franchised league in both North America and Europe, with the team likely to remain in Europe should they be rejected from the North American league. Should G2 be confirmed for the North American league, they would have to drop a majority of their current squad, as a maximum of two players from outside the region will be allowed on a roster.
  • ZETA Division have announced that they are looking to field a Japanese Game Changers roster for Game Changers APAC.