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Gambit released Valorant team and closed operations

Gambit Esports released their Valorant squad (M3C). It was the club's only team after partying ways with other esports divisions. Their media team also stopped operations and the official site isn't working. Although they didn't announce it officially, the organization seemingly ceased to exist.

M3C will continue playing under that tag with one roster change. Nikita "d3ffo" Sudakov left the team and was replaced by ex-NAVI captain Yaroslav "Jady" Nikolaev. They also added Purp0 as a substitute player. This lineup will participate in VCT 2022 EMEA Last Chance, facing Acent in the first match.

Gambit was one of the biggest Russian organizations with teams in CS:GO, Dota 2, Valorant, League of Legends, and other esports. Their biggest achievements were winning Krakow Major 2017, building the CS:GO team from the academy team to reaching first place in the world's top rankings in early 2021, and the victory at VCT 2021 Masters 3 Berlin.

Due to the geopolitical situation in the region, Gambit lost many sponsors and had to play under neutral tags in international events. The Russian club sold their CS:GO squad to Cloud9 and, by the end of spring 2022, released most of their teams.

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