Danny “huynh” Huynh is no longer a member of Gen.G’s Valorant squad.
The 26-year-old Canadian, a former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, made the announcement Tuesday on Twitter.
huynh wrote, “As of today, I am officially released from Gen.G. I would like to thank them for everything that they have done for me. I am now a free agent LFT. I have T1 experience on duelist/sova/sage/op and I am comfortable on controller/sentinel.”
As of today I am officially released from @GenG. I would like to thank them for everything that they have done for me. I am now a free agent LFT. I have T1 experience on duelist/sova/sage/op and I am comfortable on controller/sentinel.
DMs are open and RTs are appreciated
— H U Y N H (@HUYNH_CS) June 15, 2021
huynh joined Gen.G in May 2020, and he helped the squad finish fourth in the FaZe Clan Invitational last August, then tie for third in the JBL Quantum Cup in December.
Gen.G tied for fifth and came in fourth in two Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) North America Stage 1 Challengers events early this year, then placed third in the VCT North America Stage 1 Masters in March. huynh was benched by the team in late April.
The United States’ Nicholas “NaturE” Garrison joined Gen.G and took over huynh’s spot in mid-May.
huynh competed in CS:GO for multiple teams from 2017-2020.
–Field Level Media
More in Sports
Miami Marlins left-hander Trevor Rogers was reinstated from the 10-day injured list before pitching...
Milwaukee Bucks fan favorite Bobby Portis will become a free agent after the high-energy...
Minnesota Vikings rookie quarterback Kellen Mond tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, NFL Network...
The Winnipeg Jets on Saturday agreed to terms with forward Riley Nash on a...
Cristian Espinoza scored in first-half stoppage time as the San Jose Earthquakes snapped an...
Brad Keselowski officially joined the Roush Fenway Racing ownership team on Tuesday. The move...
Movistar Riders announced Saturday they have released Kristjan “shokz” Jakobson and are benching in-game...
Ryan Benoit vs. Zarrukh Adashev
Xander Schauffele shot a third-round 68 to hold onto a one-stroke lead heading into...
Belinda Bencic became the first Swiss woman to win an Olympic gold medal in...