Kenny "kennyS" Schrub recently left G2 Esports and that spawned a lot of rumors about him switching to Valorant. Schrub denied these claims and confirmed that he's not done with CS:GO.
The growing popularity of Valorant is undeniable at this point as more and more players are eager to leave their old game and switch to Riot's tactical shooter. We've seen numerous pros from CS:GO leave the title and go for Valorant. Last week Kenny "kennyS" Schrub left G2 Esports.
CS:GO Roster Update pic.twitter.com/P0hgB1chRR— G2 Esports (@G2esports) March 4, 2021
This sparked a lot of rumors and one of them was about Valorant. It came from Arran “Halo” Spake who's not just a random person on the internet. Spake might definitely be onto something.
Valorant: According to sources former G2 CSGO player Kenny "KennyS" Schrub, has been having a trial with Alliance. As it seemed on an earlier accidental leak.— Arran "Halo" Spake (@haloofthoughts) March 8, 2021
Sources also believe that KennyS hasn't fully committed on a switch to Valorant yet with options in CSGO.
Naturally, fans of the CS:GO player were worried but it wasn't long before kennyS officially denied the rumors.
Yes it is, valorant is a great game but I want to grind CS rn— kennyS (@G2kennyS) March 8, 2021
By the looks of it, kennyS is just taking a week off but is staying on the grind. To be completely honest, a switch to Valorant wouldn't have been too surprising considering how many high-profile CS:GO players ditched Valve's shooter. At the end of the day, everything's still possible but we might see kennyS join the Valorant side at some point in the future.
As I said in my original report kenny has CSGO options. This does not change my report in any way, just for the record. https://t.co/AfUAS1cwho— Arran "Halo" Spake (@haloofthoughts) March 8, 2021
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