100 Thieves has announced a new roster change to its Valorant team. From now on, Ethan "Ethan" Arnold will be replacing Quan "dicey" Tran, in a move that also marks Ethan's first move to competitive Valorant after playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive for the past five years.
"Ethan has been competing in CS:GO for the past five years, marking this his official debut in VALORANT," reads the announcement post from 100T. "We're excited to support his transition and can't wait to see him compete with the team!"
Ethan is slated to be competing as soon as this week's Valorant Champions Tour: North America Stage 1 Challengers 3 event that starts on March 4. While this will be Ethan's debut, he should adapt to competitive Valorant fairly well, considering the similarities between the game and CS:GO. Either way, we'll have to see how the revamped 100T fairs later this week.
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