Sentinels vs Tarik Showmatch 2023: All You Need to Know
Sentinels has been on fire with its exciting and entertaining OFF//SEASON showmatches. Last month, Sentinels played G2 Esports in a showmatch which it won with a 2-1 scoreline. Sentinels was also a participant in its Sentinels Invitational. It won this event over Oxygen Esports in the finale.
Now recently, Sentinels announced yet another showmatch. This time, it features one of its own streamers, Tarik "tarik" Celik.
Notably, tarik will be taking on the Valorant roster of Sentinels during the showmatch. The streamer has already put together a super team to take down the "yet-to-be-defeated" Sentinels in the OFF//SEASON.
Here's all you need to know about the Sentinels vs tarik showmatch.
Sentinels vs Tarik Showmatch 2023: Teams, Where To Watch & More Details
If you have been actively following Sentinels in its OFF//SEASON journey, you will know that the organization will be streaming the matches live on its Twitch and YouTube channels just like all its previous showmatches.
Also, given the fact that tarik is one of the biggest Valorant streamers, fans can also expect him to stream his point-of-view (POV) if this Sentinels vs tarik showmatch.
tarik announced his “superteam” on 14th November and this powerhouse features two world champions, a Sentinels starter and a former NRG Esports player. His team is as follows:
Sam "s0m" Oh
Kelden "Boostio" Pupello
Shahzeb "ShahZaM" Khan
Bryan "pANcada" Luna
Meanwhile, the Sentinels roster for the showmatch features the whole team and it will be swapping its sixth player Jordan "Zellsis" Montemurro depending on the map it is playing on.
Zachary "zekken" Patrone
Gustavo "Sacy" Rossi
Tyson "TenZ" Ngo
Mouhamed "johnqt" Ouarid
Notably, the Sentinels vs tarik showmatch is set to take place on 15th November at 6 pm PT.
We will keep this article updated with the results once the showmatch concludes today on 15th November.
Riot Games noted that the Valorant OFF//SEASON is a time for teams to form, adjust and test their rosters and for tournament operators to experiment with new and unique tournament formats.
Riot Games said, "This year, we have partnered with operators around the world to organize more than 40 events spanning show matches, open qualifier events, and LANs across EMEA, APAC, and the Americas."
Notably, the Valorant OFF//SEASON began shortly after Valorant Champions 2023 and will continue taking place till January 2024. There has been a lot of local action with each region following its own schedule and tournaments.