HOLOSTARS English's Magni Dezmond, Noir Vesper to Graduate August 31

Management at COVER Corp. asked for everyone's understanding, as they will not be performing any further activities such as graduation streams.

COVER Corporation has announced the graduation of HOLOSTARS English talents Magni Dezmond and Noir Vesper from the VTuber agency Thursday, August 24 Japan time—more than a month since the company announced the suspension of their activities without any further explanation.

In its official statement, COVER asked for everyone's understanding, as the said 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."
  • Memberships and exclusive content will be closed after 11:59:59 on September 30 (Japan time).
  • Fan letters will be accepted until Monday, October 2.
  • In a separate announcement, sales of merchandise related to the graduating talents—including their voice packs, the TEMPUS Summer Camp Voice Drama set as well as holoTEMPUS t-shirts on Amazon Merch on Demand and—will be discontinued by 12 noon on September 30 (Japan time).
  • No decision has been made yet regarding the existence of the said graduating members' YouTube channels. NewsDrop has reached out to COVER through email regarding this.

TEMPUS members Altare, Gavis Bettel, Banzoin Hakka, and Machina X Flayon have canceled their streams for the day. The group's remaining members prepared their individual statements on Axel Syrios' stream moments after the announcement.

Dezmond and Vesper are part of the TEMPUS' Headquarters team alongside Regis Altare and Axel Syrios. All four talents debuted on July 22 last year.

It should be noted that Vesper was suspended for two weeks by management last year due to internal misconduct, but that alone was a different matter unrelated to this year's recent suspension.