Tenz crosshair valorant settings

Tenz crosshair valorant settings

Tyson "TenZ" Ngo has been one of the most well-known faces in VALORANT since becoming the first player to reach the VALORANT (now Radiant) rank in the game's beta. TenZ, a lifelong gamer, began playing Counter-Strike at the age of three. He competed in his first LAN in 2017, at the age of 15, but only with his mother's permission.


TenZ's mother, Valerie Turcotte, said, "When he was 15, one of his older buddies talked to me and got me to let Tyson travel to Philadelphia [for Nerd Street's Fragadelphia]." "'Your son has a future in gaming,' he said. He's incredible, and he's going places.' Before he graduated from high school, teams began approaching him.

crosshair valorant settings

Mouse settings

DPI 800 In-game Sensitivity 0.175
eDPI 280 Scoped Sensitivity 1.1
Polling Rate 1000 Windows Sensitivity 6

Crosshair settings

Color Cyan Inner Lines 1 / 3 / 2 / 2
Outlines Off / 1 / 1 Outer Lines 0 / 0 / 0 / 0
Center Dot Off Fade / Movement / Firing Error Off / Off / Off

Key bindings

Crouch Left Ctrl
Walk Left Shift
Jump Mouse Wheel Down
Ability 1 Mouse 4
Ability 2 Mouse 5
Ability 3 C
Ultimate Ability F

Video settings

Material Quality Low Anti-Aliasing None
Detail Quality Low Anisotropic Filtering 1x
Texture Quality Low Improve Clarity Off
UI Quality Low Bloom Off
Vignette Off Off Distortion Off
Vsync Off First Person Shadows Off

Map settings

Rotate Rotate / Based on Side
Keep Player Centered On
Minimap Size 1.2
Minimap Zoom 1
Minimap Vision Cones On
Show Map Region Names Always

Opportunity calls for TenZ

TenZ remarked on Nerd Street's podcast Esports Meta that "one of the things that made me successful during the beta and helped me reach VALORANT rank first was that people were playing these games like matches, not like PUGS [aka pick-up groups]." "Everyone was five-stacking when we were in beta." They were like scrimming because they were matches. I loved the high-pressure gaming where everyone was trying to win and be the first to earn the VALORANT rank." 

The race was won by TenZ. Esports often take a long time to get traction, but this is not the case with VALORANT. Riot Games' second truly major esports title is a direct competitor to CS:GO and was released at a time when the CS scene in North America was sluggish and the pandemic's early days provided plenty of free time. The beta for VALORANT was a true test for aspiring pros. Orgs began forming teams well before the game's final release in June 2020, making ranked a legitimate war.

TenZ and Sens rise to the occasion in Stage 2

There was no downtime after Stage 1. Within a week, qualifying for the Challengers events, which would serve as gatekeepers for VALORANT's inaugural international LAN, began. The rapid turnaround was immediately obvious, as none of the top three finishers in the Stage 1 Masters closed qualifier were able to advance to the Stage 2 Challengers 1 open qualification. C9 Blue defeated Gen.G, who finished third in Masters. Version1 defeated FaZe Clan, who finished second at Masters. Sentinels, on the other hand, were beaten 2-0 by Built By Gamers.

After Stage 1, there was no pause. Qualifying for the Challengers events, which would serve as gatekeepers for VALORANT's first international LAN, began less than a week later. The quick turnaround was evident when none of the top three finishers in the Stage 1 Masters closed qualifier advanced to the Stage 2 Challengers 1 open qualifier. C9 Blue overcame Gen.G, who came in third place in the Masters competition. FaZe Clan, who finished second at Masters, was defeated by Version1. Built By Gamers, on the other hand, defeated Sentinels 2-0. 

TenZ’s future becomes the focus

 The storey rapidly shifted back to TenZ after Sentinels won VALORANT's first international LAN (and became the first team to secure a seat in VALORANT Champions). The question was whether his Sentinels career was ended or just getting started after an MVP performance while on loan from C9.

 "I was a little bit in the dark [during Masters: Reykjavk]," TenZ said. "However, I was aware that Sentinels and C9 were in contact with one another, as well as with my agency." Although there was communication, I'm the type of person who doesn't need to know what's going on. "All I do is play."

 Sentinels, TenZ rise above the fray

With the introduction of a new stage and patch, a wave of upsets occurred, with several top-tier teams losing to up-and-coming opponents. After losing to Rise Nation, C9 Blue was one of them.

Meanwhile, the Sentinels keep rolling. Despite dropping a map to the Susquehanna Soniqs during the Challengers 1 open qualifier, they were one of the eight qualified teams for this weekend's closed qualification and are on the edge of qualifying for the Challengers Playoffs.

It may have been an Iceland hangover, a reference to Stage 2 when the team also missed the first closed qualifier, or a laid-back attitude after being the only team to qualify for Champions regardless of what happens if they hadn't made the closed qualifier. 3rd stage.


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