The G2 Esports Valorant division will undergo significant changes, with more players along with the head coach being replaced for the 2022 season. G2 Esports had a solid run on the Valorant Champions Tour this year with a semi-final at the Stage 3 Masters Berlin event. But the team was inconsistent during the first two stages and it did not have enough circuit points to directly qualify for the Valorant Champions.
All hopes that G2 would become Champions depended on the team’s performance at the EMEA Last Chance Qualifier, but the team could not secure a victory and ended the event in third place. The organization is looking to make major changes to its roster and staff to prepare for next year’s Champions Tour. This means that some fans’ favorite players will be on their way out of the list.
Three players can be replaced in the current G2 Valorant list
G2 Esports head coach Neil “little neil” Finlay mentioned in a livestream that there are role clashes in the list and that the organization may be undergoing some major changes. He talked about not liking roster changes, but with G2’s current roster setup, it can be hard to assign all of their desired roles.
He said, “I do not want to make more changes. I just want to work with five players who have the same goal and the same motivation, which is to be the best team.” Neil said he wants to continue working on the current list.
French journalist Guillaume “in” Canelo tweeted on November 9 that Jose Luis “cold” The arrangement Herrero and Wassim “future” Cista are the two players that could be replaced, and members of the Giants Gaming list may be on their way to G2 Esports.
G2 head coach “neilzinho” will retire at the end of 2021
In addition to the roster changes, the team’s head coach will also stop by the end of 2021. He tweeted earlier today, “My contract expires at the end of December and I will be looking for a new home by 2022.”
G2 Esports delivered memorable performances on the Valorant Champions Tour, even though they did not qualify for the Champions. The team defeated the Sentinels and proved that the reigning Stage 2 champions are not invincible. With the roster and staff changes in place at the start of the 2022 season, the organization will focus on next year’s Valorant Champions event.