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TSM, one of the world’s largest esports organizations, has revealed its latest, all-female VALORANT team.

The announcement was accompanied by a brief video introducing the team members, in which Catherine “Cath” Leroux, Katherine “LunarKats” So, Emily “mle” Peters, Zoe “Zoe” Servais and Mirna “Athxna” Noureldin show off their skills in Riot’s first-person shooter title.

“This team represents the core values of TSM,” said Andy “Reginald” Dinh, TSM founder and CEO. “We wanted the best players to build our competitive VALORANT presence – and we found them.”

“I’m beyond excited to join a well-established organization like TSM and bring my previous experience from CSGO into a fresh game like VALORANT,” said Leroux. “My competitive drive never left, and I’m looking forward to competing again under the TSM banner.”

The team is set to compete in the VCT Game Changers Series 1 open qualifiers on March 19. VCT Game Changers is a new program from Riot Games designed to create new opportunities and exposure for women and gender-expansive individuals within VALORANT esports. The tournament is supplemental to the official competitive season.

The full announcement from TSM can be found here.

Photo courtesy of Riot Games