The management of the esports club NRG Esports announced the departure of Chita 'Chet' Sin from the squad. The latter, in turn, announced on his Twitter account that he would consider proposals from organizations that have rosters not only in Valorant, but also CS: GO.
Chet already had a lot of experience working on CS: GO rosters. At first he was an analyst for Counter Logic Gaming, after which he moved to the position of coach of the same team. From 2018 to 2019, he worked with the NRG Esports roster. Together with Chet, NRG were able to take first places at Intel Extreme Masters XIII - Shanghai, cs_summit 3, Americas Minor Championship - Katowice 2019 and Americas Minor Championship - Berlin 2019, as well as become silver medalists in StarSeries & i-League CS: GO Season 5 and SuperNova Malta 2018. The total earnings of the prize money from these championships alone brought the team more than $ 350,000.
From May to September 2020, Chet coached 100 Thieves, however, unlike NRG, the Australians could not achieve the desired result, however, this was also not a completely bad experience. Together with their mentor, the players managed to take second place at ESL Pro League Season 12: North America, after which the next day Chet left the team and moved to Valorant to train players from the NRG Esports club, with which he had fruitful cooperation earlier.