The Brazilian VALORANT scene is one of the fastest growing and impressed players around the world, including Guild Esports’s Yacine “Yacine” Laghmari during our interview with him. With the ever increasing VALORANT viewership and the upcoming First Strike tournaments, eRa Eternity picked up the Kolateral VALORANT roster.
eRa Eternity already boasts teams in Rainbow Six: Siege, Call of Duty, and coincidentally, a South American Rocket League team currently competing in the RLCS Season X Fall competition. Prior to their acquisition, it was reported by VALORANT Zone that eRa Eternity have been in touch with Kolateral. They weren’t the only ones though, as Black Hawks Clan supposedly sent them a proposal as well with the deal they have in mind for the team.
Kolateral eventually decided to represent eRa Eternity, and the roster consists of Vitor “magic” Tury, Marco “bUURST” Túlio, Eduardo “Sasaki” Sasaki, Maurício Mei “boltiN” Appolinario, and Augusto “sant” Vilela. They failed to qualify to the Gamers Club Ultimate #2 after losing to Fakezin (now Vivo Keyd) in the Closed Qualifiers of the tournament. They won both the II Selection Cup and Ascent Valorant Circuit Season #1.
They came second in the Rivals GARAM Open Division, following impressive performances that saw them top Group B and take out competitors like Cachorros and ELZ1 eSports in the knockout stages. However, they lost to Anuncie Aqui in the Grand Final.
They are currently competing in the First Strike Brazil : Open Qualifier #2, with two wins under their belt already against soclicaempug and Kikados da Galaxy carrots. Presently in the quarter finals, eRa Eternity might become one of the locked contenders for the Brazilian First Strike competition.
Out of the team, Sasaki competed briefly in Apex Legends, grabbing second place in the Liquid Apex Proving Grounds 1 as part of Delayed Pirates. What do you think of eRa Eternity’s VALORANT roster? Let us know your thoughts in the comments down below!
The eRa Eternity VALORANT roster consists of:
Vitor “Magic” Tury
Eduardo “Sasaki” Sasaki
Augusto “sant” Vilela
Mauricio “boltiN” Mei
Marco “bUURST” Túlio
Rodrigo “dgwsK” Appolinario (Coach)