Sentinels have announced the return of Tyson “TenZ” Ngo to their Valorant team’s starting lineup, following his three-week absence due to illness and a finger injury.
The organization shared an announcement video on May 10, in which coach Kaplan was about to give an update when TenZ made an unexpected appearance, confirming his return.
During TenZ’s absence, Marved substituted for him, and Sentinels suffered three losses in their last four matches of the VCT Americas regular season.
However, according to Valorant esports insider George Geddes, the organization may part ways with the team’s in-game leader, Rory “dephh” Jackson.
“Sources: Sentinels and Dephh have parted ways,” Geddes wrote.
Sentinels must win their remaining two matches and hope that both 100T and EG lose their last two games to qualify for the playoffs.