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xQc leaves Sentinels after requesting his release from the organisation

The Canadian streamer signed with Sentinels in February 2019 doubling down as a content creator and an Overwatch pro, and now, he says goodbye to the org.

Twitch icon FĂ©lix "xQc" Lengyel has officially parted ways with Sentinels after requesting his release from the organisation he originally joined back in February 2019.

"The Sentinels have granted a request for release to variety streamer FĂ©lix 'xQc' Lengyel, effective immediately, so that he may pursue new opportunities," the statement reads

Sentinels, a Los Angeles based esports org launched in 2016, entered a deal with Kroenke Sports and Entertainment to manage the Los Angeles Gladiators from the Overwatch League, and its Contenders roster, Gladiators Legion. xQc originally signed as both content creator and main tank for the Legion.

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(Photo: Sentinels)

After Sentinels and Kroenke Sports parted ways in September 2019, the Canadian continued with the organisation signed as a content creator, one of the most important ones currently streaming in Twitch, being top of the charts in terms of viewership for the past months.

The sudden split after a relatively calm 18-month stint together comes amid rumours that point xQc could have a bigger, better offer from another esport organisation. It remains to be seen where his future lies.

The sudden split after a relatively calm 18-month stint together comes amid rumours that point xQc could have a bigger, better offer from another esport organisation. It remains to be seen where his future lies.

As for Sentinels, they still have impressive talent in their ranks, including Fortnite superstar Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf, and a Valorant roster that's touted as one of the best in North America, currently competing in the Pop Flash invitational.

 

 

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