One of the best-known squads in the North American Valorant seems is near its end since according to recent reports, Beastcoast has released the contracts of all its players and staff.
The squad is also known for its teams within other esports such as Rainbow Six Siege, Dota 2 and Super Smash Bros., but it seems it will take the same path as Dignitas exactly a month ago, who also decided to take a step back from the Valorant esport with the release of their male roster.
The players on the Beastcoast roster have all revealed their free-agent status on social media and it is likely that they will seek to be part of a squad for the third stage of VCT.
However, the statement that has resonated the most has been that of Daniel “fRoD” Montaner, former head coach of the team and who has indicated it's disbanding in a post on Twitter.
This decision is not entirely surprising, the team has not had the best results consistently failing to qualify for the main events of the Valorant Championship Tour.
So far, Beastcoast has not declared anything about it in its accounts and official sites, however, it is expected a statement will be released in the next few hours or days.