One year after their debut, Cover Corporation announced the graduation of Holostars EN members Magni Dezmond and Noir Vesper.
Based on the statement, Magni and Vesper will graduate officially on August 31, though there will be no final stream unlike other graduations.
Cover Corporation’s official statement on their graduation reads (via the official press release):
“We regret to announce that two members of the VTuber group HOLOSTARS English, Magni Dezmond and Noir Vesper, will be graduating on Thursday, August 31, 2023. Please understand that the members will not be performing any further activities such as graduation streams.
Magni Dezmond and Noir Vesper have been active since the formation of HOLOSTARS English and have contributed to the growth of the group. However, in accordance with their wishes, we have accepted their decision to graduate. We deeply appreciate their contributions and wish them the best in their future endeavors.
To our fans and all those involved, we understand that this sudden graduation announcement following a prolonged hiatus might be quite unexpected and distressing. Nevertheless, we are truly grateful for the warm support with which you have provided us”
Along with these details, merchandise sales will likely be halted soon. Meanwhile, fan letter reception will be until October 2 while memberships and exclusive member content will end on September 30.
The graduation of Magni and Desmond follows the recent hiatus of the two Holostars members as they’ve been inactive since July.
As with most Cover Corporation graduations, no specific details have been shared regarding why they’re leaving, leading to community members to theorize about potential reasons. But based on the statement, it is the decision of Magni and Vesper and they were not terminated. After all, Cover had a more strongly-worded statement for the events involving Uruha Rushia in early 2022.
Sadly though, this means that only two members of the first Holostars EN generation will be left. Fans are hoping that this graduation won’t affect the remaining two.
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