- Esports organization XSET has signed the NOTHING2LOSE all-female lineup
- The players will have their debut as XSET members during the Champions Tour Game Changers Series III: North America tournament
- NOTHING2LOSE’s first opponents will be the fearsome two-time champions from Cloud9 White
The NOTHING2LOSE VALORANT roster has signed a contract with XSET. The team’s first challenge will be facing Cloud 9 White.
NOTHING2LOSE Joins XSET
Esports organization XSET will be entering the North American female VALORANT scene with the NOTHING2LOSE lineup. The all-female team will represent XSET during the third VCT Game Changes event in the NA region.
The announcement was initially made by NOTHING2LOSE’s coach Ducky but it wasn’t officially confirmed by the XSET organization itself until now. The new team is comprised of Ducky as a coach, along with ARIANARCHIST, ArtstaR, EllieTwitches, maryna, and starriebun.
The team’s debut as a part of XSET will be against Cloud9 White. This matchup will truly put the skills of the new XSET VALORANT team to the test. Cloud9 White did not merely win both of the first Game Changers tournaments but have also had but a single map loss throughout its Game Changers career. Cloud9 White attributes its tremendous success to the fact that its players play in other non-female-exclusive events as well and have challenged their peers to do the same.
The match is scheduled for September 30 on the opening day of the Champions Tour Game Changers Series III: North America event.
XSET: A Promising Young Organization
The new roster is joining XSET just a week after the organization’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team left the organization. The all-female CS:GO roster is primarily playing in Europe, while XSET is currently focused on its North America expansion. The CS:GO team made a switch to VALORANT and will be playing in the European edition of the Game Changers tournament.
XSET is a fairly new organization that celebrated its first birthday a few months ago. The organization has been focusing a part of its efforts on women’s leagues but has teams in classic PUBG, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, VALORANT, and Rocket League.
XSET’s other VALORANT roster is a promising team that managed to defeat 100 Thieves and Sentinels during the VCT Stage 3 Challengers 3 tournament. However, it still has some training to do as it failed to qualify for the Masters event in Berlin.