Chet began his journey in competitive Valorant after leaving CS:GO about a year ago, and was one of the founding members of NRG's first roster alongside Damian "daps" Steele. Six months later, it was announced that he would be stepping down from NRG.
After a month without joining a team, Chet joined TSM in place of Taylor "tailored" Broomall, who had departed the team just a few days before. He now joins Envy, who recently saw the departure of Michael "Mikes" Hockom at the beginning of the month. Mikes had been coaching the team since June, but was never announced as an official member of the team on any of Envy's social media platforms. Furthermore, it was only after he announced his departure from the team that he got a mention of thanks from Envy founder Mike "Hastr0" Rufail on Twitter.
Mikes helped the team earn a fourth place finish in Stage 3 Challengers 1 and the Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs, which landed them a spot at Masters: Berlin. Despite not being in attendance with the team due to visa issues, Envy had an impressive showing at Berlin, taking second in the tournament and emerging triumphant over interregional rivals Sentinels and 100 Thieves. Their finish at Masters: Berlin was the first top two finish that they had secured since Stage 1 Challengers 2 back in February.
As a result of their consistent tournament finishes throughout the year, Envy have punched their ticket back to Berlin for Valorant Champions in December. They will join Sentinels and the winner of the NA LCQ for another shot at capturing an international title.