M3 Champions disbands

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Published  19 Sep, 17:47
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M3 Champions, the Russian Valorant team which is currently without any support from an organization, has lost all five of its players.

Timofey "Chronicle" Khromov, Yaroslav "Jady" Nikolaev, Igor "Redgar" Vlasov, Semyon "purp0" Borchev and Bogdan "Sheydos" Naumov left the team.

All of them noted on Twitter that they are now free agents and are looking for offers.

"As you understand, Gambit/M3C story is over, so I can only say thanks to my teammates for these unreal 2 years together," clarified Chronicle.

"I wanna thanks my bratans [brothers – Russian slang] for memories and experience that we got from our journey in Gambit! When one story ends another story is beginning, but our friendship will never end!" noted M3C's captain Redgar.

Earlier in August Ayaz "nAts" Akhmetshin parted ways with M3C.

M3 Champions was created in 2013 as Gambit Esports but due to Riot Games' restrictions on the participation of Russian organizations, it had transformed into an organization-less team in August this year.