Earlier today, Sentinels officially announced that Tyson "TenZ" Ngo will continue to play in their Valorant team until the end of the Valorant Champions Tour Challengers Stage 2 finals.
The Valorant Champions Tour is almost halfway through, and we can barely wait for the Masters 2 in Reykjavík. Before we get there though, teams first need to qualify for it. Sentinels had to make some last-minute changes before Masters 1 as Jay "sinatraa" Won was suspended due to sexual allegations and an ongoing investigation. His substitute was no other than Tyson "TenZ" Ngo.
Together with TenZ, Sentinels claimed first place at the NA Masters Stage 1 tournament. Ngo had trouble finding success with his old team. Initially a CS:GO pro, TenZ started his Valorant career with Cloud9 by joining their newfound roster. After not getting results for a couple of months he decided to step away from the Valorant competitive scene but continued to stream for C9. That is until Sentinels needed someone to stand in for sinatraa and TenZ was loaned.
Sentinels Will Keep TenZ
The biggest question since his loan to Sentinels was whether TenZ will become a permanent part of the team. While there's no direct answer to that question the sinatraa situation is still nowhere near resolved as there hasn't been any news recently. Earlier today the NA organization announced TenZ will continue to play for the team at least until the end of the Valorant Champions Tour Challengers Stage 2 Finals.
We are pleased to announce that @TenZOfficial will be competing with Sentinels through the end of Challengers Finals.— Sentinels (@Sentinels) April 12, 2021
The team failed to make the cut in the recent open qualifiers for Stage 2 Challengers after losing to Built By Gamers. Sentinels will have another shot in the next qualifiers before the end of the month.
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