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100 Thieves releases both dicey and b0i

100 Thieves releases both dicey and b0i

Brandon "Mothman" Moore

11/24/2021, 1:48:45 AM


Champions is on the horizon, but some teams will be missing out. This has led to a wild off season of player transfers. There have been plenty of moves made and they don’t seem to be stopping. The most recent transfer news comes in the form of Quan “dicey” Tran and Aaron “b0i” Thao being released from 100 Thieves.

100 Thieves releases both dicey and b0i

This isn’t the first big release 100 Thieves has announced in the month of November. First it was the VALORANT team’s coach, Hector “FrosT” Rosario. Now, we see the release of a player who was benched in February and one who was recently promoted to the main roster just prior to the Last Chance Qualifier.

The former, being dicey, had been relegated to the bench and primarily streamed for 100 Thieves. He is a talented young player who didn’t have as much to say as his counterpart after being released. He simply stated his intentions of continuing to play with a “F/A LFT.”

The other released player, b0i, put together a lengthy goodbye to the organization that used him as an analyst during his time as a substitute player. He apologized for underperforming during the LCQ, but thanked his teammates and other members of 100 Thieves. He is also looking for a new team and you can read his entire statement through the following tweet.

This officially leaves 100 Thieves looking for one more starting member unless another upcoming release says otherwise. Both dicey and b0i made an impact during their respective times with the team and should have no problem landing elsewhere. There are several teams that could utilize the talents of either player.

Stay tuned to Run It Back for more breaking news, including important player signings and releases in VALORANT!


11/24/2021

Brandon "Mothman" Moore

Brandon is a long time gamer with a passion for writing. Combining the two has been a dream come true. He was Run It Back's official correspondent for First Strike NA and looks forward to covering the North American Valorant scene for a long time.