3rd March 2021 – 8:22pm
100 Thieves would have decided to separate from Dicey before recruiting Ethan, a few days away from the Challengers 3.
We've seen many teams make changes in preparation for the last Challengers of the quarter. For teams that have not yet qualified for the Masters, the Challengers 3 represents their last chance. And since their efforts weren't enough in Challengers 1 and 2, some organisations are trying to go all in by making changes.
This is the case for 100 Thieves. The champions of the First Strike NA have not yet earned their place in the Masters 1, but they are nevertheless qualified for the final stages of Challengers 3, and only have one match left to win to do so.
Officially, 100 Thieves only announced the recruitment of Ethan. It's once again a former Counter-Strike professional who joins a big organisation of Valorant.
Regarding Dicey, nothing is confirmed yet, but one of his tweets leaves little doubt as to who will have to pay for Ethan's arrival.
Even if Dicey may not have been the best player of the team, his performances were better match after match. We wish him to find a team again, jut as we hope for 100 Thieves that they will be able to join Team Envy, Sentinels, Immortals and XSET at the Valorant Masters.