August is gone, and September is here. Regardless of the changing of the months, the Valorant world continued to produce new headlines. Here's what you might have missed this past week.

This week's edition covers news from Aug. 28 - Sept. 3.

Roster Changes

Results & Standings

Other News & Rumors

  • According to a report from Dot Esports, Cloud9 White Cloud9 White Inactive Bob Bob Tran alexis Alexis Guarrasi Jazzyk1ns Jasmine Manankil katsumi Katja Pfahnl meL Melanie Capone is set to part ways with coach Reid "x0tek" Johnson. The team is reported to have Cloud9 Cloud9 North America Rank #6 Xeppaa Erick Bach jakee Jake Anderson vanity Anthony Malaspina OXY Francis Hoang wippie Maxim Shepelev coaches Gaël "vexel" Attal and Erik "vapen" Sutton coach C9 White until a permanent coach is found for the team.
  • According to a report from Alejandro "anonimotum" Gomis on, the teams that are accepted into the 2023 franchised league will not be allowed to field academy rosters in any regional league, further confirming rumors initially reported by Bo "BoDork" Hoogland. Furthermore, Solary — an esports organization that previously hosted a Valorant tournament early in the game's esports scene — has shown interest in entering the French scene. Additionally, FC Barcelona has shown interest in entering the Spanish scene, according to the report.
  • / According to a report from Bade, FOKUS FOKUS Europe Rank #9 Lime Jacob Foster SEIDER Mathias Seider Fizzy David Figueiredo al0rante Felix Brandl YaBoiLewis Lewis Hughes are set to bench Maximilian "bucher" Bucher. DSYRE DSYRE Europe Rank #13 caydeN Yari Olmi Tag Alessandro Voci wackie Rikardo Birjukov waddle Wadir Taraki Filu Dawid Czarnecki player Murat "murii" Korkmaz was noted as a possible replacement.
  • Jake Sin of Riot Games Korea announced that the first official Korean Game Changers competitions will be held later this month.
  • Dexerto and Snowball esports reporter Andrew "Ducky" Amos provided an update on the ORDER ORDER Inactive WRONSKI Michael Wronski rDeeW Riley Wilkinson Texta Matthew O’Rourke disk0 Cameron Mac Maple Elvin Sun story that was broken by The Australian on August 16. ORDER has reportedly failed to find a buyer, and the organization's staff contracts have been terminated. While 17 parties were reportedly interested in the purchase of ORDER, only a couple of parties 'seriously considered a purchase.' According to the article, should the company be liquidated, the affected employees and contractors with ORDER will have their dues paid first before any other outstanding debts. The total number is reportedly a six-figure number.