Disguised partners with BLEED Esports for VCT Pacific Challengers team

26 January 2024


Image credit: Disguised / BLEED Esports

Esports organisations BLEED Esports and Disguised have announced a partnership that will see both entities work together to create a VALORANT team in the SEA region.

With the support of BLEED Esports, Disguised has created a VALORANT roster in the Malaysia/Singapore region to compete in the VCT Challengers league.

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Disguised is most known for its Founder, content creator and streamer Jeremy Wang known as Disguised Toast. The organisation fields several rosters in League of Legends, Apex Legends and VALORANT, and has competed in North America since its inception in late 2022.

BLEED Esports is a successful Singapore-based organisation that has recently entered the VCT Pacific through the Ascension tournament. The organisation also competes in the likes of Dota 2, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and Rainbow Six: Siege.

The partnership with Disguised will see both organisations work on activations in the new region, but also marks Disguised’s official exit from the VALORANT North American region for Disguised. The organisation’s goal is to ‘break into the VALORANT Champions Tour next year’.

Interestingly, BLEED Esports shared in a release that the partnership will help Disguised make a foothold in Asia, but will also enable BLEED to potentially enter the North American esports scene in the future.

BLEED COO Ian Huston, added, “As the Ascension team for VCT Pacific, it’s important to us to remember where we started. To keep supporting Challengers and Malaysia/Singapore through VALORANT, we couldn’t be more excited to welcome Disguised’s expansion into Asia. More details on our joint initiatives will be revealed soon, where our priority is the fans and growing our community.” 

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.