North American group Sentinels has acquired a brand new sixth participant for its VALORANT roster following the short-term suspension of Hunter “SicK” Mims, a number of sources instructed Dot Esports.
Sentinels has signed former OpTic participant, as soon as dubbed the very best controller on this planet, Jimmy “Marved” Nguyen to its VALORANT roster, based on sources. Marved will exchange SicK following Mims’ arrest for felony trespassing on March 4 and reported by Dot Esports two days later.
On March 6, SicK was handed a short lived suspension by Sentinels. Mims was charged with a Class B Misdemeanor and held on bond for $5,000. He is at present being held at Collin County jail in Dallas, Texas.
The choice to accumulate a brand new sixth participant for the roster was later confirmed by Sentinels CEO Rob Moore on Twitter. “Our goal is to support Hunter during this difficult moment. However, due to the upcoming start of the franchise league, we will be looking to sign a sixth man that is able to take up the spot he’s left vacant for the time being,” Moore stated.
Marved was dubbed among the best gamers on this planet throughout his tenure with OpTic final yr. He gained the VCT Stage One Masters occasion in Reykjavík, Iceland, final yr following a 3-0 sweep over LOUD within the grand ultimate. In September, OpTic completed in second place at VALORANT Champions.
Marved is but to compete professionally since his launch from OpTic. He competed alongside Sinatraa with “UNTAMABLE BEASTS” in an try to qualify for Challengers in North America.