A well-known Twitch streamer and content creator named Disguised Toast regularly plays and streams the video game Valorant. He has a sizable following on social media and is well known for his amusing commentary and charming demeanor.
Disguised Toast asked for nominations for the top unsigned professional Valorous players on Twitter on October 31. The post received responses from professional athletes and public figures like Connor “PROD” Moran, Matthew “Wedid” Suchan, and Hannah “bnans” Kenney. Former League of Legends professional player William “Scarra” Li suggested that Disguised Toast might be serious about forming a team. Disguised Toast responded that he is always serious. Disguised Toast just made an announcement on Twitch stating that he has already signed three players to the Valorant team and has founded a new firm to sign players for the team. He stated that he is awaiting the signatures of a few more players before making an announcement. Once everyone has signed, he will do so. He said he’s having problems coming up with a name for the team and said he wanted to avoid including the word “esports” in the name.
The formation of Disguised Toast’s professional Valorant team, also known as Disguised or DSG, has been made public. Disguised Toast is a well-known streamer and a part of the OfflineTV community. His supporters have been eagerly awaiting the team’s announcement.
According to Dot Esports, Joshua “steel” Nissan, Damion “XXiF” Cook, Drake “Exalt” Branly, Joseph “clear” Allen, and Amgalan “Genghsta” Nemekhbayar make up the Valorant team of Disguised Toast. Coach Kyle “OCEAN” O’Brien, players XXiF, Exalt, and Genghsta, and they all played on the Knights team before.
The Valorant squad of Disguised Toast will now take part in the open qualifications for the NA VALORANT Challengers League, which starts on January 9th, now that the contracts have been signed. The objective is to get into one of the two open qualifier brackets and be one of the six teams chosen from the open qualifier to join the league. The top four clubs will advance to the league following the first open qualifier, which will take place from January 9 to January 13.
The top two teams from a second “last chance” qualifying that runs from January 17 through January 22 advance. The NA VALORANT Challengers League season will start on February 1st, and it will have two splits with an invitational at the halfway point in between, followed by playoffs.