Tyson ‘TenZ’ Ngo has been starring for Sentinels at Valorant Masters 2 on the VCT, leading his undefeated side to the Grand Finals. But it’s been a long ride for the Canadian as he hopes to taste global competitive success for the first time.
With Sentinels a mere best-of-five away from international Valorant glory, all eyes are on star man TenZ.
Having joined the org as a last-minute substitute for Sinatraa, TenZ immediately shone and wowed fans with his slick Operator skills on mechanical duelists like Jett and Reyna.
As he’s made such a mark on the NA scene, we chart TenZ’s growth from benched CSGO pro to the poster boy of Valorant esports.
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