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    Valorant director leaving growth of the sport

    Joe Ziegler, sport director of Riot Video games’ Valorant, is moving on from the sport to work on one thing new. In a put up on the Riot Games website, Ziegler introduced his transfer after eight years of engaged on the favored aggressive shooter, a yr of which was labored on after the official launch.

    Within the put up, he expressed gratitude to the followers and his colleagues as he passes the baton onto his successor:

    “After eight years engaged on Valorant, constructing it from the bottom up with a crew of devoted and passionate builders who’ve labored tirelessly to serve you all with the respect and admiration that you just deserve, I’m giving up the mantle of sport director of the Valorant tac-shooter to my good pal, Andy Ho [senior director of game direction at Riot].”

    The place Ziegler goes subsequent is anybody’s guess, although it should nonetheless be at Riot. As we all know, Riot has numerous irons within the hearth, many we don’t find out about but. However both means, the change in management is an attention-grabbing growth for a sport that’s caught hearth ever because it formally launched a yr in the past. What this implies for the sport can also be anybody’s guess.

    Riot’s been within the information lots these days, particularly after settling the gender discrimination lawsuit filed in opposition to it. Even so, its video games stay extremely popular, and even its foray into animation has been met with positive reviews. Riot looks as if an organization on the upswing proper now.

    Valorant is accessible now for PC.

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