VALORANT outfit 100 Thieves have confirmed substitute player Johann "seven" Hernandez is leaving the organisation ahead of the 2022 VCT season.
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100 Thieves had been consistently disappointing in the VCT Last Chance qualifiers in 2021, having lost in the upper bracket final in the North America tournament back in October.
As a result, they have made a number of changes to their VALORANT roster ahead of the new campaign.
And, although many thought substitute "seven" could be in line for a starting role in the team, it has now been revealed he is leaving the organisation altogether.
The Mexican teenager joined 100 Thieves shortly after the team's third/fourth-placed finish at the VCT Masters Berlin in September last year.
But after only a few months of acting as their sixth man, he will now be moving to pastures new with 100 Thieves claiming on social media that he has a bright future ahead of him.
The player has been linked with a move to Luminosity Gaming, who could reportedly be close to losing star talent Diondre "YaBoiDre" Bond before the 2022 season gets underway.
On their official Twitter account, 100 Thieves wrote: "As we prepare for VCT 2022, we would like to announce the departure of @sevvn from 100 Thieves.
"Johann, we are excited to see your development in what is sure to be a long career ahead in professional VALORANT.
"We wish you the best moving forward."