Rostermania is here, and with it comes a host of new headlines from all around the Valorant world. Many other roster moves have been covered in's region-specific roster trackers, so be sure to check those out as well.

This week's recap covers news from Sept. 18 - Sept. 24.

Roster Changes

Results & Standings

Other News & Rumors

  • According to a report from Dexerto, FunPlus Phoenix FunPlus Phoenix Inactive SUYGETSU Dmitry Ilyushin Zyppan Pontus Eek ANGE1 Kyrylo Karasov Shao Andrey Kiprsky ardiis Ardis Svarenieks are listening to offers for their European squad. The report comes after FPX was not selected for the 2023 franchised league in the Pacific or EMEA region. Potential parties interested in the buyout of FPX's European roster were not named.
  • According to a report from Blix.GG, Alliance Alliance Inactive are looking to reinvest in their roster in the hopes of promoting into the EMEA partnership program in 2023. Alliance plans on continuing to compete in the Polaris league, and it is expected that they will maintain a core of three Nordic players, according to the report. No candidates were named for Alliance's future roster.
  • According to a report from Dot Esports, T1 T1 Korea Rank #3 xeta Son Seon-ho (손선호) Sayaplayer Ha Jeong-woo (하정우) Carpe Lee Jae-hyeok (이재혁) iZu Ham Woo-ju (함우주) k1Ng Lee Seung-won (이승원) xccurate Kevin Susanto will likely part with Joshua "steel" Nissan and Zander "thwifo" Kim while retaining their Korean core of Son "xeta" Seon-ho (손선호), Byeon "Munchkin" Sang-beom (변상범), and Joseph "ban" Seungmin Oh for the 2023 Pacific franchised league, which T1 have already been accepted into.