Orangutan has emerged victorious in the recent Valorant Challengers League South Asia: Split 1 held in Delhi by Nodwin Gaming, winning a grand prize of $14,000. To secure victory, the team competed against some of the best esports Valorant teams in India.

The tournament was a challenging one, with numerous obstacles that the team had to overcome. However, their dedication and hard work paid off, and they were able to come out on top. The team members expressed their happiness and pride in their accomplishment, saying that it was a moment they would always cherish.

Captain of the team Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose said, “We are thrilled to have won this tournament and taken home the grand prize. It’s been a long and challenging road, but we’ve always believed in ourselves, and we knew that we could do it. This victory is a testament to our hard work and dedication.”

The team’s success is a proud moment for their fans and supporters, who have been following them throughout the tournament. The team has expressed their gratitude to their supporters and fans for their unwavering support.

Orangutan founder Yash Bhanushali said, “We couldn’t have done it without the support of our fans and supporters. Their encouragement and belief in us have been instrumental in our success, and we are grateful for every single one of them.”

The team is now looking forward to the upcoming Valorant Challengers League South Asia: Split 2, where they hope to continue their winning streak and make their fans and supporters proud. The winner of this tournament would further go ahead and represent the nation in the Asian Championship. 

Player Mathanraj “The Doctorr” Munisparan said, “We are excited about the upcoming championship, and we are confident that we will be able to perform at our best. We have a great team, and we are determined to continue our winning streak and bring home more victories.”