After a four-year hiatus, Shroud returns to the Sentinels for VCT NA LQ.


VCT North American Last Chance Qualifier will include a team of Valorant’s most prominent players in August, including two of the game’s most prominent stars.

Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek, a former CS:GO player and well-known broadcaster, has joined Sentinels, one of the most popular Valorous teams in the world.Since retiring from CS:GO in 2018 to become a full-time broadcaster and content developer, Shroud has been out of the competitive FPS scene.

Hunter “Sick” Mims, the Sentinels’ flex player, will be replaced by Shroud in the next VCT NA LCQ. ShaZaM Khan, the team’s in-game commander, reports that Sick is still unable to participate due to an unspecified family situation that happened in June.

Sentinels provided a brief interview with Shroud on the origins of their partnership.

The 28-year-old said that he spontaneously decided to join the Sentinels Valorant roster. He said   that he is eager to compete again, and Valorant is something new. he would  rather try his hand at something new than return to what he already knows, Shroud remarked.

The manner in which Sentinels played aroused Shroud’s curiosity. He said, ““They remind me of my team in Counter-Strike,”. “The style and igl-ing that’s done within that team and the way they play together. It just reminds me of how we played. I’d imagine even just their personalities resemble my experience in the past.”

From 2014 through 2017, the well-known Twitch broadcaster was a member of Cloud9’s CS:GO lineup. In his last year of professional CS:GO, Cloud9 placed second at the 2017 ESL One Cologne. Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert, Tyler “Skadoodle” Latham, Jacky “Stewie2K” Yip, and Timothy “autistic” Ta comprised the squad.

Shroud engaged himself in Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds a year after ESL One Cologne 2017, which launched his broadcasting career. Later, he amassed 10 million Twitch followers and became one of the world’s most popular broadcasters.

Shroud responded to the most pressing issue surrounding his comeback to esports.

“I’m not committing to this LCQ half-assed. I’m going to boot camp,” he said. “I’m going to be playing Valorant every day. I’m not going to be touching anything else. The big one is that I’m going to try my absolute best to not let anyone down, my fans, the Sentinel fans, and I’m just giving my all.”

Shroud also said that he intends to take on the role of controller over the majority of the maps. However, if one of your teammates is more at ease playing Viper, he may be able to flex into one of the other roles.

The former CS:GO pro is expected to win the VCT North American Local Championship Qualifier, but his personal objective is to merely play well and go back on stage to compete in front of an audience once again.

He replied that he would hate to put in all this work and then drop the ball. he would hate to drop the ball and he don’t believe that will happen. It is possible, there could just be a few matches left, and all might be over after that, but Shroud truly don’t want that to happen. he is quite interested in taking the LCQ.”

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