shroud announces return to esports, reveals new Valorant roster – Valorant News

Streamer Michael “shroud” Grzesiek announced that he was returning to the world of esports a few days ago, and now he’s announced a stacked roster for the Valorant Champions Tour open qualifiers.

Shroud was originally a professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player before switching to streaming full-time. Fans often ask if he’ll ever return to compete with the game, but shroud never seems to care too much. But on July 17, it excited viewers when it was revealed that he was planning to take part in the North American Open Qualifiers for the Valorant Champions Tour and that he was excited to use KAY/O to compete. peak.

the list of the burial team revealed to VCT

shroud’s roster for the Valorant Champion’s Tour will include the following players:

  • Michael “buried” Grzesiek
  • Timmy “iiTzTimmy” An
  • Skyler Weaver “Relyks”
  • Leonardo “Laski” Arroyo
  • ShawnBM

The most notable name on the team is probably Relyks, a Counter-Strike alum who has played with a number of notable North American teams including SapphireKelownaDotCom, Team SoloMid and eUnited. He was joined by fellow expat CSGO fellow Laski, who was under the umbrella of Mythic from 2018 to 2020.

iiTzTimmy is a former Apex Legends player who played for the Golden Guardians in early 2020. He has played as a professional Valorant before, competing in many smaller leagues and regional events including including as a member of Team Yassuo during the 100 Thieves Invitational. Rounding out the lineup is streamer Valorant ShawnBM.

Fans of both Counter-Strike and Valorant are excited by the news of the burial being returned to action in the professional scene. While shroud is mostly known for his streaming these days, he first emerged as a member of Cloud9’s popular CSGO team. He remained under the Cloud9 sponsorship during his founding days as a full-time streamer before leaving the organization entirely in 2018. He has had a number of accomplishments to his credit, including 2nd place in ESL One Cologne 2017. He is also the man behind the “enhanced shroud” thanks to a legendary play he performed on the spot.

The open qualifiers begin on July 22. Fans will be waiting on the edge of their seats to see if shroud’s team will make it to the Challengers 2 event. | shroud announces return to esports, reveals new Valorant roster – Valorant News


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