The team will compete in the LPL Amateur circuit and have access to Team Bliss' in-house infrastructure
Team Bliss just got a whole lot more loaded.
"As an upcoming female Valorant team in the OCE scene, we are so excited to be working alongside Bliss and other partnerships like GameAware. We're ecstatic to be helping Bliss with their female gaming program for boarding schools as we strive to inspire all girls within the gaming community. All of us aim to influence women or younger girls to get into gaming and/or competitive play.
At the end of the day, Amaya, euuV, Jaeda, and ourselves have incredible chemistry which we believe is what makes a great team. We’re not only growing as individuals every day but also working hard to excel as a team and unlock our potential. With Bliss, we truly believe we can make something great." — elena & MissAustralia
The new team is now preparing to compete in LetsPlay.Live’s Amateur Valorant circuit and continues Team Bliss' commitment to further supporting grassroots esports competition.
Outside the realm of results, the team is deeply committed to self-improvement, professional development and positive role modeling for all gamers — especially girls and women who have historically have had limited representation in our regional teams and competitions.
"It's no secret females in esports are under-represented in the OCE region. Our vision at Team Bliss is to help play a part in creating a sustainable path to pro for anyone looking to join the professional scene, so it made sense that our next team pickup really reflects this. We have also been fortunate enough to begin facilitating coaching for our partner GameAware for female gamers at a high school level, so we look forward to being able to utilise our new Valorant team to provide inspiration and act as role models for the next generation of female esports athletes." — Brendan Harms, Chief Operating Officer
Let's raise the bar together. #BlissUp
ABOUT TEAM BLISS
Team Bliss is a competitive esports organisation based in the Oceanic region. Driven by their passion for gaming, the founders started the organisation in 2019 in hopes to support young talented gamers to reach their dreams of being competitive gamers in a sustainable and healthy way.
Best known for their breakout player performances in PUBG, Rainbow 6 and Rocket League — Bliss stakes its claim to top-flight team-based games and is once again returning to Valorant.
In 2022 the team have a regular cast of content creators and have begun producing exciting and stylish lifestyle apparel for their pro gamers and their supporters.
Team Bliss recently unveiled their HQ in Brisbane, Australia — a facility dedicated to coaching and training for any competitive gaming teams looking to take it to the next level. It also acts as a valuable hub to the general public and facilitates community programs such as community LANs and viewing parties.
Ongoing feedback and nurturing from staff, community and players have helped Team Bliss grow, and naturally become a fan-favorite organisation in the OCE and the wider APAC region.