Chronicle, Redgar, Jady, and Gray leave VALORANT team M3C

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Russian VALORANT gamers Yaroslav “Jady” Nikolaev, Timofey “Chronicle” Khromov, and Igor “Redgar” Vlasov, in addition to coach Denis “Gray” Danilyuk, have departed M3C, the squad that used to compete beneath the Gambit banner till Riot Games sanctioned Russian organizations following the Russian invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24.

This news confirms an earlier report from Dot Esports that mentioned M3C have been set to disband as a result of the gamers wish to search particular person presents for 2023. M3C’s star Ayaz “nAts” Akhmetshin left them in August, whereas Bogdan “Sheydos” Naumov left the team earlier right this moment. The gamers have been hoping that particular groups have been chosen for VALORANT’s partnership program to safe a spot within the league collectively however they have been unable to safe a deal, in line with our report.

“As you perceive, Gambit/M3C story is over, so I can solely say because of my teammates for these unreal 2 years collectively,” Chronicle mentioned on Twitter. “Now I’m in search of particular person presents.”

M3C have been one of the best VALORANT team within the CIS area and among the best in Europe as an entire till Gambit was hit with sanctions. NAts, Nikita “d3ffo” Sudakov, Chronicle, Redgar, and Sheydos have been part of the squad that gained VCT Masters Three Berlin in 2021 and completed runners-up to Acend at VALORANT Champions 2021, once they have been nonetheless enjoying beneath the Gambit title.

The way forward for the previous M3C gamers stays unclear for now. Sources instructed Dot Esports that the gamers have been given presents from North American groups, nevertheless it’s unlikely that they’ll transfer to a different continent due to the import restrictions imposed on Russian gamers. Each participant will probably search particular person presents to affix the EMEA partnership league as an alternative.

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