Video games are for everyone and that is why every time we see that various spaces open up to diversity. We recently had a good example in the competitive gaming scene with the announcement of the Alliance women’s team that will compete in VALORANT.
Via social media, Alliance announced Alliance.Coven. This is a new team VALORANT Made up entirely of female players. Thus, those responsible for representing this team will be Lada “h6tedthemost” Kozhemyakina; Jade Duffy; Dana “Danah” Almadhoun; Julie “Pinkalie” Lim, and Laure “Xaline” MATEOS.
This new team will be managed by Nico “myagus” Gonzalez-Beltran, while AYmeric “Izzy” Ast will serve as their coach.
“Today we take a huge leap for Alliance as an organization and complete a personal dream of mine by welcoming our first all-female division into VALORANT Coven. Coven is a division of fierce competitors that will represent the values we have been building in Alliance for years. I’m especially happy to be represented by players from all over the world: Russia, Qatar, Scotland and France,” said Kelly Ong Xiao Wei, Alliance Chief Strategy Officer.
We are not afraid.. we were born to do this!🔥
— Alliance 💚💜 (@theAllianceGG) January 19, 2022
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If you follow the competitive gaming scene you will surely notice that this is a team made up of players from the EMEA region who previously competed under the name Chat Banned. In this way, it is a team with a lot of experience in the competitive field.
Alliance.Coven will compete in tournaments such as the VALORANT Championship Tour qualifiers and the VLR France: Revolution qualifiers. They will also participate in the VCT Game Changers, an event that will be held in January.
VALORANT It is available for PC and will soon arrive on mobile. Riot Games has not ruled out a version for consoles, but its development is not confirmed either. Follow this link to see more news related to VALORANT.
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