The 24-year-old North American is now a free agent and will once again be exploring his options in CSGO and Valorant.
NRG on Twitter have announced the departure of head coach Chet ‘Chet’ Singh from their Valorant division on a mutual note.
Since the formation of NRG’s Valorant roster in October 2020, Chet alongside Damian ‘daps’ Steele had been one among the original members of the team before the organization rounded off their lineup with the signings of Sam ‘s0m’ Oh, Yannick ‘KOLER’ Blanchette, Daniel ‘eeiu’ Vucenovic alongside Jack ‘xCeeD’ Holiman with the, after joining the team on a trial basis.
After the team’s wobbly run at a plethora of tournaments with just a championship finish at the NSG Monthly and a series of roster changes, NRG were deprived of securing a spot at the Stage 1 Masters tournament even after a successful run at the third qualifier event of the same. Prior to their stage 1 exit, the team were unable to find success at B-Tier events like NSG Winter Championship and at the Complexity Invitational organized by the former.
With their recent exit from the Challengers 1 Open qualifier event at the Stage 2 masters, the team along with their coach Chet decided to mutually part ways where the latter would like to continue, exploring his options in Valorant and too in CS. Before making his switch to Valorant, he coached NRG’s CSGO division who were later acquired by Evil Geniuses.
NRG Valorant are now:
- Damian “daps” Steele
- Sam “s0m” Oh
- Daniel “eeiu” Vucenovic
- Gage “Infinite” Green
- Bradley “ANDROID” Fodor
- Ian “tex” Botsch