Sentinels’ TenZ Injures Himself Ahead of Valorant Stage 2 Masters – Reykjavik
- Sentinels' TenZ injured himself when boiling water in a kettle ahead of Valorant Stage 2 Masters – Reykjavik.
- He posted an update on Instagram sharing photos of his injury.
- Only his left thumb was injured and he may be able to compete comfortably in the upcoming event.
Cloud9’s Tyson ‘TenZ’ Ngo who is currently playing in Sentinels’ active roster might have accidentally put his team in a tough situation ahead of Valorant Stage 2 Masters – Reykjavik, which is the game’s first ever global LAN event. On May 21, TenZ revealed on Instagram that he suffered an injury while boiling water in a kettle. He posted images of his bandaged fingers which has left fans concerned. It remains to be seen if he will be able to compete comfortably despite his injury in the upcoming event. TenZ’s presence in the Sentinels roster has left quite the impact with team being serious contenders in the upcoming event.
Will TenZ Be Able to Compete at Valorant Stage 2 Masters – Reykjavik
Valorant Champions Tour 2021’s Masters event is coming up at Reykjavík and we have the world’s best teams heading into the event. The upcoming event will be VCT’s first LAN event which is set to take place at the end of May 2021. Sentinels is one of the teams that is heading into the event along with the likes of Team Liquid, Fnatic, X10 Esports and more. The recent injury suffered by TenZ seems to have affected only his left thumb
If TenZ posted on his Instagram account showing his injury. He said “F*** this kettle, poured boiling water all over my left hand. Unlucky I guess.” The severity of the injury is unknown but it looks like the player will be able to compete. If he injured any of his other fingers, he would be unable to use his keyboard, forcing the team to substitute the star player.
TenZ is Key to Sentinel’s Success at VCT Reykjavik
TenZ was originally playing for Cloud9 in 2020. The pro player was regarded as the best Valorant player at the time and is still arguably worthy of the title. He had the highest combat score in all Ignition series tournaments he participated in and has been an all-star performer. Unfortunately, he could not win Valorant First Strike with Cloud 9 despite impressive individual statistics.
In January 2021, he decided to step down from professional Valorant and focus on streaming and content creation instead. Following the controversy surrounding Sentinels’ Sinatraa, he returned to competitive Valorant and is currently set to compete with the team till the Valorant Challengers Finals. Since his arrival, he has been very successful in the team with Sentinels qualifying for the upcoming Masters event and the team is one of the fan favorites to win the event.