Revenant Esports has reportedly braced its VALORANT team further by roping in a new coach from the Philippines, Chris “Pro” Martir. A veteran of the Filipino region, Pro will be working with the team to help them analyze their gameplay and assist them to excel in the ongoing VALORANT Challengers 2023: South Asia Split 2 in New Delhi. 

Revenant esports ropes in Chris “Pro” Martir

Chris “Pro” Martir was previously a professional Counter-Strike player, competing for major teams like the TNC Pro Team and Bren Esports. He jumped over to VALORANT in 2021, competing as a professional player in the Filipino scene with South Built Esports. 

Now, Pro will be taking on a new persona in the form of the head coach at Revenant Esports. His experience in the VALORANT scene along with his familiarity with some players in the VALORANT Challengers South Asia will further help him make the team better. You can find the announcement on Revenant Esports’ Twitter and Instagram handles as well. 

Commenting on his new role as a coach, Pro, Head Coach, Revenant Esports, said, “Revenant has two Filipino players and there are also some other imports from the country in the South Asian VALORANT scene as well. Having competed with and against these players since 2021, I look forward to assisting the Revenant roster to strengthen their core synergy, identify mistakes, and improve their overall gameplay.”

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Revenant Esports’ VALORANT roster consists of: 

  • Shailesh “Blackhawk” Dalvi
  • Kasif “Paradox” Sayyed
  • Enrico “Ching” Perez
  • Joshua “JoshS” Miles Santos
  • Sahil “1TapGod” Duble
  • Tejas “Rite2Ace” Santosh Sawant. 

With Ching and JoshS hailing from the Philippines as well, Pro’s addition as the head coach will help the two imports to assimilate easily into the new roster. 

Commenting on the appointment of the new coach, Rohit Jagasia, Founder and CEO, Revenant Esports said, “Unfortunately, we weren’t able to compete in Split 1 of the VALORANT Challengers South Asia, so our present team hasn’t competed together on the big stage. Building their synergy as soon as possible has been an area of focus for us and Pro’s addition will help us realize that goal.”

Revenant Esports have so far played one match in the VALORANT Challengers against MLT Esports, winning the game with a scoreline of 2-1. The team will next take on reigning champions Orangutan on May 12 at 7 PM IST. Fans can catch the action live on the Nodwin Gaming YouTube channel