Pro's experience in the VALORANT scene and familiarity with some players in the VALORANT Challengers South Asia will benefit his new role as head coach at Revenant Esports. The announcement can be found on the team's Twitter and Instagram handles.
With an abundance of experience, he is here to become the brains of our wolfpack.— Revenant Esports (@RevenantIndia) May 11, 2023
Join us as we welcome Pro as the Head Coach of our Valorant team. #BeRevenant pic.twitter.com/DUqGYc0Rn9
Commenting on his new role as a coach, Pro, Head Coach, Revenant Esports, said, “Revenant has two Filipino players and there are also some other imports from the country in the South Asian VALORANT scene as well. Having competed with and against these players since 2021, I look forward to assisting the Revenant roster to strengthen their core synergy, identify mistakes, and improve their overall gameplay.”
Pro's appointment as head coach will facilitate an easier assimilation for the two imports, Ching and JoshS, who also hail from the Philippines.
Commenting on the appointment of the new coach, Rohit Jagasia, Founder and CEO, of Revenant Esports said, “Unfortunately, we weren’t able to compete in Split 1 of the VALORANT Challengers South Asia, so our present team hasn’t competed together on the big stage. Building their synergy as soon as possible has been an area of focus for us and Pro’s addition will help us realize that goal.”
In the VALORANT Challengers, Revenant Esports won their first match against MLT Esports by a scoreline of 2-1. Their next challenge is against the reigning champions, Orangutan on May 12 at 7 PM IST, which fans can watch live on the Nodwin Gaming YouTube channel.">