Silenx joined 100T as a substitute for Nitr0 back in January for Champions Tour North America Challengers 1. This was to give Nitr0 some time to spend with his wife and their newborn child.
100T failed to make it out of the qualifier in Challengers 1. However, Silenx performed admirably with a team that he had very little time to practice with. He was also playing Omen in their three matches, which was quite different from his role on beastcoast; where he played mostly Sova.
Nitr0 returned to the 100T starting roster before Champions Tour North America Challengers 2 began. Which meant that Silenx would not have the opportunity to display his skills on the team for a second tournament.
The Valorant esports scene is still in its infancy, and many teams are continuing to make roster changes in the hopes of finding the right fit, so it’s safe to assume that Silenx will find a new team in no time.