The love story will have lasted only two short months between Jason "jmoh" Mohandessi and Immortals in Valorant. He hasn't officially left yet but it shouldn't be long now. He has been benched by his team following very average results.
He declared he was looking for a new project and is waiting for proposals. There isn't really yet an official Valorant transfer window period, but at the end of this calendar year, many organizations are adjusting their roster.
After two months of collaboration, jmoh and Immortals have an unconvincing track record. They haven't won a single title together and the organization hasn't been able to establish itself as a Valorant top team. It has consistently been toasted by bigger name like TSM or Team Envy in its recent tournaments.
jmoh is paying the price, since he's the only player to have been sidelined for the moment. Jason "Nepturne" Tran and Andrew "Shot_Up" Orlowski arrived at the same time as him but keep the confidence of their leaders.
The organization hasn't yet communicated the name of the replacement. For the moment the team has only four players and it will be necessary to recruit before taking part in a next competition.
Original content by Tipsalewo.
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