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Sentinels make first Valorant roster change midway through VCT Americas season

Sentinels, one of the top esports organizations in the world, has recently made some major changes to its Valorant roster. The team has decided to sub out Tyson "TenZ" Ngo and bring in Jimmy "Marved" Nguyen as their new fifth player. In addition, the organization has parted ways with their VALORANT Head Coach, Hunter "Sykko" Mims. Replacing him will be Jared "Kaplan" Kaplan who will be stepping in as Head Coach effective immediately.

TenZ, who is widely considered to be one of the best Valorant players in the world, has been a key part of the Sentinels roster since joining the team in 2020. However, he recently announced that he would be taking a step back from competitive play and would be exploring other opportunities. In his place, Marved will be joining the team as their new fifth player. Marved has previously played for teams such as FaZe Clan and Gen.G Esports and is known for his strong performances as a controller player.

The departure of Sykko comes as a surprise to many fans, as he has been with Sentinels since the team's inception in 2020. During his time as Head Coach, Sykko helped lead Sentinels to multiple tournament victories, including the Stage 2 Masters tournament. However, the team has recently struggled to maintain its dominance, finishing in third place in the VCT Stage 2 Challengers Finals.

Replacing Sykko as Head Coach is Jared "Kaplan" Kaplan. Kaplan has previously coached for teams such as Luminosity Gaming and Renegades and is known for his analytical approach to coaching. He will be tasked with leading Sentinels back to the top of the competitive Valorant scene.

These changes come at a critical time for Sentinels, as the team prepares for the upcoming VCT Stage 3 Masters tournament. Sentinels will be looking to reclaim their position as the top team in North America, and the addition of Marved and Kaplan may be just what the team needs to achieve that goal. Fans will be eagerly watching to see how Sentinels performs with their new roster and coaching staff in the coming months.

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