Moe40 moves on from Fnatic
VALORANT player Muhammad "Moe40" Hariff has confirmed he has officially left Fnatic's roster after being moved to an inactive role in the Esport.
Fnatic made a disappointing start to their 2021 VALORANT Champions Tour and endured an early exit at the Challengers One event, losing 2-1 to Wave Esports in the competition's round of eight.
The organization only entered the VALORANT scene as recently as February, when they signed the SUMN FC roster which was made up of "Moe40" as well as Jake "Boaster" Howlett, Domagoj "Doma" Fancev, James "Mistic" Orfila and Kostas "tsack" Theodoropoulos.
But after their poor start to the season, Fnatic decided to bench both "tsack" and "Moe40", who has now decided to be released from his contract entirely and explore opportunities elsewhere. Meanwhile, "tsack" remains listed on the team's inactive roster.
"Moe40", 19, joined the SUMN FC team last year and his departure is a sign Fnatic are looking to shake up their roster before two open qualifiers taking place on April 10.
The team are also thought to be interested in acquiring the services of Counter Strike: Global Offensive legend Olof "olofmeister" Kajbjer Gustafsson and trying him out in their VALORANT roster.
On Twitter, "Moe40" posted: "I have officially parted ways with @FNATIC and am officially a free agent.
"I wish the boys best of luck with their new roster. Was fun whilst it lasted. I'm still looking for something new after this qualifier more motivated than ever as stated before."
Meanwhile, 100 Thieves are 1.12 to beat Andbox, who are 5.50 to win in the VALORANT VCT NA Challengers.
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