Tyson "TenZ" Ngo decided to take a break from his professional career to create his own content.
The player admitted that there was a decline in the team's results towards the end of 2020, but he is leaving on his own initiative. Perhaps TenZ will return to the professional scene once LAN tournaments are back.
The Canadian was one of the first professional players in the world to be signed by an esport organization and the first to be signed to the Cloud9 Blue roster. Over the past few months, TenZ has established himself as one of the best players not only in North America but in the world. As a member of Cloud9 Blue, he finished second at the Pulse Invitational and PAX Arena Valorant Invitational, and third at the Pop Flash Valorant Invitational and Renegades x NSG Valorant Invitational. The roster earned a total of $23,250
Cloud9 Blue's current Valorant roster:
Mitch "mitch" Semago
Skyler "Relyks" Weaver
Daniel "vice" Kim
Nathan "leaf" Orf (no player has been officially announced)
James "JamezIRL" Macaulay