Disguised Toast’s Newest Roster is Bringing Attention to Valorant Game Changers. Valorant Game Changers is an initiative that Riot Games launched to support the growth of women and marginalized genders in esports. It’s a series of tournaments and events that provide a platform for players who may not have had the same opportunities as others to compete at a high level. And now, one of the biggest names in streaming is throwing their weight behind the initiative.
Disguised Toast, a popular Twitch streamer with over 3 million followers, recently announced that he would be forming a team to compete in the Valorant Game Changers series. The team, which includes some of the top unsigned players in the scene, is designed to bring attention to the initiative and show support for women and marginalized genders in esports.
“A month ago I asked who the best unsigned [Game Changers] player was,” Disguised Toast tweeted. “I received a lot of great [recommendations] but ultimately felt like there was not enough time to put together a team…until now.”
The announcement has been met with excitement from the community, with many praising Disguised Toast for using his platform to support a good cause. The Valorant Game Changers initiative has been widely praised for its efforts to promote diversity and inclusion in esports, and having a big name like Disguised Toast involved will only help to raise its profile even further.
The team itself is made up of some of the most talented unsigned players in the Valorant scene, many of whom have been overlooked or ignored by other organizations. By giving them a platform to showcase their skills, Disguised Toast is not only helping to support a good cause, but also providing an opportunity for some of the best players in the game to make a name for themselves.
The roster includes players like Mel “Pixelated” Dang, an up-and-coming talent who has already made a name for herself in the competitive scene, and Jess “JessGOAT” Bolden, a former professional player who has been one of the most vocal advocates for diversity and inclusion in esports.
“I’m excited to play with some of the most talented unsigned female and marginalized genders in the game,” Disguised Toast said in a statement. “I’m confident that we’ll be able to make a big impact in the Valorant Game Changers series and show that these players deserve the same recognition and opportunities as anyone else.”
The first tournament that the team will be competing in is the VCT Game Changers NA, which is set to take place on April 8-11. The tournament will feature eight of the top teams in the region, all competing for a $50,000 prize pool.
For Disguised Toast and his team, the tournament represents an opportunity to not only compete at a high level, but also to show support for a cause that they believe in. And for the Valorant Game Changers initiative, having a team like this involved is a huge win, as it helps to bring attention to the program and its goals.
Esports has often been criticized for its lack of diversity and inclusion, with many marginalized groups feeling like they don’t have a place in the scene. But initiatives like Valorant Game Changers are working to change that, providing opportunities for players who may not have had the same chances as others to prove themselves on the big stage.
And with big names like Disguised Toast throwing their weight behind the cause, there’s hope that we’ll continue to see progress in the years to come. The Valorant Game Changers series is just one example of the many ways in which esports can be a force for good, bringing people together and promoting inclusivity and diversity in a world that often seems to lack both.