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Jinggg returns to Paper Rex

Wang “Jinggg” Jie was added back to the main Valorant lineup on March 29th by Paper Rex, who also moved Cahya “Monyet” Nugraha to the bench. The player departed the team just before Paper Rex was about to win the Valorant Champions 2023 trophy, which was the worst possible time to leave. His forced military service was the reason for his departure. WangJingggJie was relegated to the bench, and Cahya “Monyet” Nugraha took his place. Get ready for an exhilarating season ahead and continue reading for the best information to help your valorant betting odds!

There is obviously an adjustment time when working with a team like Paper Rex. While Monyet and Paper Rex performed admirably, they were unable to replicate the team’s prior level of performance and chemistry. The team and the audience both missed Jinggg in the server, even though they performed incredibly well within the brief period of time they had to get used to their new member. Paper Rex revealed today that Jinggg will be returning for VCT Pacific Split 1. The young professional’s military duty was waived because of a persistent health issue that necessitates consistent care. Following the VCT 2023 season, in which Paper Rex finished second at VCT Champions LA, Jinggg has stayed signed as a reserve player with Paper Rex. The last times we saw Jinggg in action were during the AfreecaTV VALORANT League Invitational and a show match held in Indonesia during the OFF//SEASON tournaments.

Jinggg competing on stage for Paper Rex
Jinggg competing on stage for Paper Rex

Jie was prepared to give up on this career since he knew that taking a few years off from competitive Valorant may lead to a significant decline in ability and a lot of missed development time. He also knew there was no guarantee he could continue to play professionally. Unfortunately, Jinggg would “end” his Valorant career without winning a world championship as Evil Geniuses lived up to their names and defeated Paper Rex in the VCT Champions Grand Final. Supporters said goodbye to Jinggg, who cemented his status as one of the world’s most aggressive and astute Duelists, after a fruitful and unforgettable tenure at Paper Rex. CahyaMonyetNugraha from Global Esports was brought in to take over the team’s vacated position and fill the large shoes left by Jinggg. Even though the youthful talent needed some time to acclimate and faced a lot of criticism during this time, Paper Rex was still able to have some success, placing third at VCT Masters Madrid before falling to Sentinels, the ultimate tournament winners.

The addition of Wang “Jinggg” Jie to the squad greatly improves it. The player was among the best at the most recent global championship and has been a member of the team since 2021, demonstrating their strong sense of unity and understanding amongst one another. The team’s next game in the VCT 2024: Pacific Stage 1 is quickly approaching, on April 7. Paper Rex will play at the VALORANT Champions Tour 2024: Masters Shanghai against the other ten best teams in the Pacific. Fans are eager to see how Jinggg comes back and performs after taking some time away from competitive Valorant.

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