Antidote and Rexy, the former Godlike Esports duo, have joined the VALORANT lineup, according to Enigma Gaming. Enigma Gaming has established itself as one of the most notable teams in the South Asian area since entering the Indian VALORANT circuit last year. The team is trying to improve after a less-than-satisfactory performance at the VALORANT Conquerors Championship.
Enigma Gaming has revealed its 2.0 edition after months of tease. Enigma Gaming is one of India's most well-known VALORANT teams, and as part of their 2.0 rebuild, the organization signed Sabyasachi "Antidote" Bose and Tejas "Rexy" Kotian, two of the top laners of Godlike Esports.
Sabyasachi "Antidote" Bose began his gaming career as a player of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. He soon established himself as one of the region's greatest players. He left CS:GO in 2020 and joined Velocity Gaming as one of the original VALORANT players. He left the organization in mid-2021 and joined GodLike Esports after winning numerous competitions with them.
Tejas “Rexy” Kotian began his VALORANT career with GodSquad before moving on to Nobel Esports. XTZ Esports and Samurai Esports are two of the most well-known VALORANT teams he has played for. In March 2021, Rexy joined GodLike Esports.
Enigma Gaming now has a 7-man roster with the additions of Antidote and Rexy. The following is the Enigma Gaming team:
● Shakir “Hikka” Razak
● Saharyar “Badman” Shaikh
● Akram “ Rawfiul” Virani
● Sameer “Godvexy” Sharma
● Rishabh “Ezzy” Gupta
● Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose
● Tejas “Rexy” Kotian
The team is presently competing in Season 2 of The Esports Club Gauntlet and is currently in second place in Group A, just behind Reckoning Esports. On September 14th, Enigma Gaming will face T69, while on September 17th, Flame X Serenity will face Enigma Gaming.
Antidote and Rexy will be unable to compete due to the fact that the TEC Gauntlet roster lock has already begun. Enigma Gaming, like Velocity Gaming, could file a roster change request and pay the fee imposed by the organizers.