Team Secret’s Riley “Witz” Go and Kevin “dispenser” Te announced on Friday that they are open to leaving the team.
In a Twitter post, the initiator/duelist player said that he is still part of Secret’s current roster but is currently exploring his options. The sentinel main meanwhile posted the same on his Facebook account.
“Hello guys I am now LFT [looking for a team] but I am still part of Team Secret but they allowed me to explore my options for organizations,” Witz tweeted.
“Sup guys, just want to let you know that I am LFT. Still under contract but have permission to broaden my options. Willing to relocate and fully commit,” said dispenser.
Both have been with the team’s roster even before they were with Bren Esports.
During their time with the squad, Witz and dispenser, together with Jayvee “DubsteP” Paguirigan, Jessie “JessieVash” Cuyco, and Jim “BORKUM” Timbreza won in the grand finals of the Valorant Champions Tour SEA Stage 3: Challengers Playoffs.
The so-called Adobo Gang also made history as they were part of the first-ever Valorant Champions in 2021, finishing 5th-8th place in the tournament.
“I want to say thank you for supporting me throughout my career. You guys made a difference in my life and for that, I’m forever grateful,” dispenser continued.
“I just want to thank everyone who supported me and is still continuing to support me! I also believe that this isn’t the end just yet but the start of something greater because this time I can show my full potential with pure motivation and genuine passion without any negativities,” Witz said.
“Looking forward to the next chapter.”
Just three days ago, Team Secret was selected to participate in the Valorant Champions Tour Pacific League next year.