Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang has returned to the Valorant esports scene.

The Offline TV member announced on July 11 the new Disguised Game Changers roster that is set to compete in the second Game Changers open qualifiers, which starts on July 13.

The upcoming DSG lineup will feature two Game Changers veterans: Katherine “Katarina” Patrone and Hannah “hannah” Reyes.

Katarina was previously a part of VersionX’s roster, while Hannah gained recognition through her achievements in Gen.G Black. These experienced players will be leading the team.

Disguised Game Changers roster will look to qualify for Game Changers Series 2

The Disguised Game Changers roster competing in the second game changes open qualifier
Credit: Disguised

Joining Katarina and hannah are Nathan “nathn” Hoang, Misu, and unstable. Guiding them is head coach Chris “chrisyong” Yong, who was the former coach of OREsports’ Valorant roster that competed in the North American Challengers circuit this year.

Disguised GC roster

  • Katherine “Katarina” Patrone
  • Hannah “hannah” Reyes
  • Nathan “nathn” Hoang
  • Misu
  • unstable
  • Chris “chrisyong” Yong (head coach)

This is the third time Disguised Toast has decided to form a Valorant roster this year. DSG debuted in January, and the team had a great start together, winning seven straight open qualifier matches that advanced them to the NA Challengers League.

However, the team struggled for the remainder of the NA Challengers League, finishing 8th in Split 1 and a 7th-8th finish in the Mid Season Face Off.

DSG tried to turn their season around by recruiting the renowned Valorant superstar Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker. However, the former OpTic Gaming and Cloud9 standout couldn’t achieve the same success as DSG. They finished their group stage run in Split 2 without a single win, going 0-7, which resulted in the team dropping out of the NA Challengers League. The players were released a few days after.

The second time he formed a competitive roster was when popular streamers Kyedae “Kyedae” Shymko, Jodi “Quarterjade” Lee, Sydney “Sydeon” Parker, Tenzin “TrulyTenzin” Dolkar, and Lydia “tupperware” Wilson played under the DSG banner in the first Game Changers open qualifier this year.

Kyedae and the first DSG Game Changers roster only played three games together before the team decided to disband.

Disguised Toast also put together a League of Legends team for the NA Challengers League on May 24, and they are currently competing in the NACL Summer 2023.

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