Own female Valorant roster was introduced by TSM

With the constant growth of women in the Valorant scene and days after CLG Red brand’s announcement of their own female Valorant roster, another NA giant seems to have followed in their footsteps.  In this post we are going to tell you about the information of the Own female Valorant roster was introduced by TSM. The prominent North American organization, TSM, has recently announced the formation of their own female Valorant roster.

Own female Valorant roster was introduced by TSM

TSM female roster

TSM took their time to choose the five best ones for their own roster. With quite a few good female Valorant players in the community. Currently, the five members of the newly formed female Valorant roster of TSM are:

  • Catherine “CAth” Leroux
  • Katherine “LunarKats” So
  • Emily “mle” Peters
  • Zoe “Zoe” Servais
  • Mirna “athxna” Noureldin

She has often been crowned a “veteran leader” for her extensive performances and incredible shot-calling abilities. CAth has been a prominent member of the CS: GO esports scene during her time at CLG Red and Dignitas.

Their strong lineup and teamwork had secured them a place in the First Strike tournament. TSM has been fairly strong in their path during the year 2020.

When they were one of the first teams to enter the Valorant Esports scene with the signing of mouseSpaz’s roster in May 2020. With the announcement of this tournament.

Both Moon Raccoons and CLG Red have made their individual announcements of entering this competition with their all-female Valorant rosters as well. TSM is currently the only team besides Cloud9 in North America that has both a male and female Valorant roster separately. While TSM introduced their new female Valorant roster to compete in the upcoming Game Changers.

While which is an initiative to create “opportunities and exposure for women and other marginalized genders.”

Back in January, Evil Geniuses had introduced their mixed roster.

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