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Nitr0 could return to compete in CS:GO


Nov 18, 2021
Nitr0 could return to compete in CS:GO

After a long time playing in the Valorant game, Nitr0 wants to return to the old home again. After only one year, the powerful team of 100 Thieves is in danger of disbanding because it did not win tickets to the Valorant Champions.

On the homepage, 100 Thieves has announced the farewell to head coach Hector “FrosT” Rosario. The above decision had made when 100 Thieves received a defeat at the Last Chance Qualifiers in North America, thereby losing their ticket to the Valorant Champions. Not only that, but 100 Thieves is also in danger of saying goodbye to leader Nicholas “nitr0” Cannella.

Nitr0 back to CS:GO?

A source from dexerto.com said that nitr0 wants to part with Valorant’s career to return to CSGO. In the past, he was a famous player in Team Liquid. With 100 Thieves, the second half of 2021 has witnessed many fluctuations of the “100 bandits,” especially the period after Masters 3 Berlin closes.

Coach FrosT bid farewell to 100 Thieves after a forgettable performance at Last Chance Qualifiers North America.

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FrosT was with 100 Thieves around January this year when he transitioned from being an analyst to coaching the team behind the scenes. Not long after, in March, he was placed on probation for exhibiting “unprofessional conduct” towards a league official.

At Masters 3, 100 Thieves were the North American No. 2 seed but were eliminated in the semi-finals by Team EnVy, who subsequently lost to Gambit Esports 0-3 in the final. Because of the defeat on German soil, the leadership of 100 Thieves immediately created chaos. Specifically, Aaron “b0i” Thao has been included in the main lineup to replace Joshua “steel” Nissan.

However, b0i still has not met the expectations of both the coaching staff and the fans, especially at the recent Last Chance Qualifiers North America. As a team that reached the final of the winning bracket. But 100 Thieves had to receive two consecutive defeats against RISE and Cloud9 Blue, thereby losing the opportunity to participate in Valorant Champions.

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If nitr0 decides to leave to play CSGO again, the 100 Thieves lineup will include members Spencer “Hiko” Martin, Ethan “Ethan” Arnold, Peter “Asuna” Mazuryk, Aaron “b0i” Thao, and the team reserve player Johann “seven” Hernandez.

Nitr0 is still thinking about his next direction

After ending 2020 with the First Strike Na trophy, 100 Thieves has had a rather hectic season in the Valorant game. Throughout 2021, they have been defeated many times by teams in the same region, such as Envy or Sentinels, who also lost their place in the tournament that is considered the world final of Valorant – VCT Champions to be held in Berlin soon. Now, they will have to impress with their new roster and a better style of play if they do not want to cause more disappointment for the fans.

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