VALORANT: 100 Thieves Part Ways With Silenx

One Hundred Thieves have parted ways with Jonathan “Silenx” Huntington from their Valorant roster, the player announced on Twitter.

As stated, his contract with the team, which purportedly expired after the VCT Masters 1 tournament, was promptly finished, paving the way for his departure.

“After this last trip to LA, my contract with 100Thieves is up. I feel like I learned a lot from the guys and am so grateful for the opportunity. Everyone there was an absolute pleasure to be around and work with. With that being said, I’m now [looking for a team].”

Jonathan “silenx” Huntington

Silenx was signed on by 100T in January of this year as a sixth member of their Valorant lineup to stand-in for Nicholas “nitr0” Cannella who stepped aside for paternity leave.

In his first and only competition with the Thieves, he failed to qualify for VCT NA Challengers 1 by losing in the qualifying phase at the Round of 32. When nitr0 returned to the fold, silenx was subbed out of the starting gig but remained with the team until the end of the Masters, of which his contract with the team expired.

Prior to joining 100T, silenx wandered in the amateur and semi-professional circuit by playing in weekly grassroots tournaments since the summer of 2020. Within this time, he formed a multitude of org-less teams and joined upstart squads which were sponsored by Overtime Gaming and Beastcoast. Both of his stints were brief which each of them lasted for at most two months.

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