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Krü Esports separates from bnj

The Chilean player bnj has announced his departure from Krü Esports, as his contract was not renewed. 

On the sideline for many months now, and his contract not having been renewed by Krü Esports, bnj explained in a twitlonger that he was looking for now proposals in Latin America or Brazil.

Bnj joined Krü Esports at the end of March, after two months with Meta Gaming. His arrival marked a turning point for the team, as he played an important role in its success in the following competitions. Indeed, the roster won the Challengers 1 LAS in Phase 2, then the Challengers Finals Latin America Phase 2. The latter victory qualified them for the Masters 2 in Reykjavik

Unfortunately, their performance in Iceland did not live up to their expectations. Defeated by Fnatic in their first game, the players went straight into the lower bracket. They then triumphed over Sharks Esports before being eliminated from the competition by Team Liquid. bnj's individual performance in the tournament was mixed and his level of play was well below what he had previously shown. This led to him being benched a few weeks later and replaced by keznit.

Since this recruitment, the team has achieved very good results and has secured its place in the Valorant Champions.

There is no doubt that we will see the player again in the next VCT season, but we will have to wait a little longer to discover his new team.