Team Vitality is making an off-season Valorant change before Stage 3 of the VCT, parting ways with their coach, Fragon. The org and former coach appear to be splitting amicably.

Team Vitality posted a heartfelt farewell to the former coach on Twitter on March 7.

Fragon followed up with a tweet, thanking the organization for the opportunity and admitting that he’d been “wanting to pursue a different direction in my eSports career.”

This appears to have been in the works for a while, as Team Vitality immediately welcomed their replacement coach, PMLeek. Fragon said goodbye by wishing his former teammates good luck in their future Valorant matches.

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