Brazil is quickly establishing itself as a region to not trifle with in Valorant and it's thanks to teams like LOUD that they've built such a reputation.
Brazil has a long-standing history of being a strong region in FPS. From CSGO to Rainbow Six, that pedigree has definitely translated to Valorant, albeit with a bit of a slow start.
Teams like LOUD have made sure fans don't forget how strong Brazil is, after all, a single country being treated as an entire region with multiple spots for Valorant Champions doesn't happen often.
LOUD didn't enter Valorant until 2022 and they've certainly made a splash. As we mentioned, Brazilian teams weren't taken as much of a threat previously, but once the organization secured an extremely talented roster, that perception quickly shifted, particularly after their 2nd place finish at Masters Reykjavík.
They've quickly developed a healthy rivalry with North America's OpTic Gaming, beating them in the upper bracket finals of Masters Reykjavík before losing in grand finals - they would face off again in the group stages of Copenhagen with the victory going OpTic's way.
With a fourth match scheduled to happen at Champions, OpTic fans and players are probably familiar with the roster - but for the rest, we're here to help.
LOUD Valorant roster
LOUD entered the Valorant scene in early 2022, maintaining the same roster throughout the whole year. The players are:
|Name||Agent Pool||Join Date|
|Erick "Aspas" Santos||Raze, Jett, Chamber||February, 2022|
|Felipe "Less" Basso||Chamber, Killjoy, Viper||February, 2022|
|Arthur "tuyz" Vieira||Jett, Chamber||November, 2022|
|Matias "Saadhak" Delipetro||KAY/O, Viper, Sage, Fade||February, 2022|
|Cauan "cauanzin" Pereira||Sage, Sova||November, 2022|
LOUD Valorant Best Results
|VCT 2022: Brazil Stage 2 Challengers||A-Tier||1st|
|VCT 2022: Brazil Stage 1 Challengers||A-Tier||1st|
|VCT 2022: Stage 1 Masters - Reykjavík||S-Tier||2nd|
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