TGH sign new accelerator team
Premier esports community The Goose House has signed a new VALORANT team to its accelerator programme.
The Goose House accelerator programme takes grassroots esports talent and gives them a platform to grow and develop. With access to bootcamps, LAN funding and sponsor support, the programme gives teams everything they need to take their game to the next level.
Following the graduation of the accelerator’s previous alumni, who won EpicLan 35, The Goose House are now announcing the latest team to join the accelerator programme.
More than 90 players applied. Through a rigorous process of trials, interviews & scrims, we worked our way down to a select few.
Built from the ground-up, this new roster is full of exciting talent ready to break in to the professional scene.
The Goose House are…
- Nathan “Syd” Curtis
- Emre “Emzuwu” Gocer
- Marcus “Marky” Robertson
- William “druid” Kewell
- Jan “JKG” Kohl
- Kiet “Pho” Le (Sub)
- Codey “darg0n” West (Coach)
AJ “Tattie” Martin, Esports Manager at The Goose House said:
“After weeks of trialing we’re finally able to announce our new grassroots valorant roster, and I couldn’t be more excited! We’ve put together a solid mix of players with varying experience, some having never played in a team environment before. Fostering new talent is something we feel strongly about and I’m confident this lineup will go far. #GetGoosed”
Codey “darg0n” West, Coach of The Goose House Academy team said:
“The Goose House has given me a unique opportunity to build and coach a team of upcoming players. After hosting a long series of trials, we narrowed it down from over 80 applications to 6 players who stood above the rest. These players showcased incredible potential which, combined with their amazing mentality, showed a desire to develop and learn which we believe makes them the perfect fit for this team. Although some players lack team experience within Valorant, we are looking at the long term where they can gain that experience and grow to their full potential in a dedicated team environment, whilst hopefully getting some exciting results in the beacon tournaments along the way.”