In this blog, you will come to know about the top 5 csgo players who shift to valorant.
Valorant was launched on 2nd June 2020. It’s not been a year since the game has launched and yet the whole world plays this game. The game was firstly released in the beta version, where everyone couldn’t have access to the game. At the end of 2020, the player count was up to 3 million players playing the game.
The huge advantage this game had was. It was released during the global pandemic of coronavirus when the entire globe was sitting in their houses and had nothing to do. And with the launch of this game former cs go players also decided to shift to this game.
Here is the list of the top 5 CSGO players who shifted to Valorant.
Tyson “TenZ” Ngo
Tyson “TenZ” Ngo was born on 5th May 2001. He belongs to Canadian nationality. He currently plays for sentinels on loan from Cloud nine blue. He recently started his career in valorant E-sports.
Previously Tenz used to play Counter-Strike Global offensive professionally. Later on April 12th, 2020 he decided to start his career in Valorant. Recently the video clips of his insane clutches are very viral among the community. He also streams his games on Twitch.
This player has immense talent and his aim is always precise. Recently, a video clip of him playing a deathmatch in Valorant went viral. Many pro players reacted to that clip and they were shocked and surprised by his aim.
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Spencer “Hiko” Martin
Spencer “Hiko” Martin another csgo legend who recently shifted to valorant was born on March 6th, 1990. He belongs to the United States. He is not only a former Counter-Strike global Offensive player but also a former Counter-Strike 1.6 player.
Hiko started playing his professional 1.6 tournaments in the year 2011 where he played for the team Temporary.
Later when CSGO was launched in 2012, Hiko directly shifted to the new game. Weeks after the release of the new game he joined the Area51 roster. He was joined by his former CS 1.6 players.
Then he joined Cloud 9 and made many memories. He did some insane clutches with just pistols. One of which was, when he shot a 180 degree one bullet Headshot in the mid doors of the legendary map De_dust2. And the casters’ reactions were like “What, OMG, INHUMAN REACTIONS”.
Hiko left CSGO on 4th June 2020 to pursue his career in Valorant. He is known for his lurking, solo plays, and immensely good game sense. No doubt his aim is also too good. He is currently playing for 100 Thieves on an American roster.
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Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom
Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom also known as the headshot machine is very famous for his one taps in Counter-Strike Global Offensive. He was born on July 2, 1994. He belongs to Belgium nationality. He has a very good headshot percentage in every game.
In 2011, he joined his first Counter-Strike: Source team. In the next year when CSGO was launched, he started playing that. His insane aim was all the talent he had. No one till now has not broken his record of the highest headshot percentage in the game Counter-Strike Global offensive.
He had shocked caster’s in the game. When he was playing an S-tier tournament for G2 Esports. He was walking down the double doors and spotted playing on CT. The player was jumping for info and Scream one tapped him very easily. The caster’s reaction was like “WHAT, SCREAAAM Is this real?”
Scream recently shifted to Valorant when the game was launched. He is currently playing for Team Liquid and they have won A-tier and C-tier tournaments.
Nick “Nitr0” Cannella
Nick “nitr0” Canella was born on 16 August 1995. He belongs to the United States nationality. He is a very famous Counter-Strike Global Offensive player. He is an awper and does the role of IGL (in-game leading).
He has made his career with Team Liquid and won many tournaments. Starting with winning the cs_summit2 and lastly winning the ESL Pro League Season 11. He had made very legendary plays with his AWP. His famous AWP plays were on De_overpass.
Nitro retired on August 14, 2020. He left Team Liquid to play Valorant and make his career in Valorant. He is currently playing for 100 Thieves.
Tyler “Skadoodle” Latham
Tyler “Skadoodle” Latham was born on July 21, 1993. He is also an NA (North America) player who used to play Counter-Strike Global Offensive. He is a skilled and very talented player.
Skadoodle played his professional csgo career in many teams. He has also won many titles like ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 and iBuyPower Master 2017. He has also finished in the top 5 in the remaining tournaments.
Now he has left for Valorant on June 3rd, 2020.
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