16-year-old Valorant talent, juicy, denied entry to VCT Pacific League, chooses military service
16-year-old Valorant prodigy, juicy, has been denied entry into the VCT Pacific League, and has chosen instead to take up a place in military service. The promising young talent, who has been enjoying a breakout year within the vibrant Valorant scene, will take a detour to the army following a disappointing setback in the VCT Pacific League qualifiers.
Juicy, who has been tipped as one of the most talented, and certainly the most meme-able, players in the Pacific, was one of the stand-out talents in the most recent Valorant World Cup, prompting many to suggest he would be a strong candidate to represent the Pacific in the upcoming VCT event.
The 16-year-old talent was, however, denied entry to the VCT Pacific League, and, rather than waiting around for another opportunity, has instead opted to take up a place in military service.
“Juicy,” a representative for the Valorant Armed Forces tells us, “was involved in the recent Pacific League qualifiers. Unfortunately, he was turned away from participation due to his age.”
“Juicy has decided to enlist in the Valorant Armed Forces. He’ll begin his training immediately.”
Juicy has become the second player in recent months to head to military service following a VCT Pacific League denial, following the footsteps of 19-year-old Oasis prodigy, Sinatra.
While juicy will not be able to compete in VCT Pacific this season, the Pacific League has seen a number of juicy celebrations during recent weeks, with the likes of Paddad and juicybobbin celebrating Valorant wins with their own, personalised versions of the juicy emote.
Check out the best juicy celebrations in Valorant right now, as well as the best Valorant emote skins.