Valorant professional gamer was comically told by one of his random matchmakings’ teammates to hold back on the Operator buys. Wardell decided to prove himself by promptly getting an ace shortly after!
What were the details of the round?
Hero Operator. Dude said “DON’T BUY AN OP” 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/tpphVo8YDG
— TSM | Matt ”WARDELL” Yu (@WARDELL416) January 6, 2021
Wardell was trying for a hero play in which just one player has either saved or bought a full buy. The one player serves as a Hero for the rest of the team by trying to clutch the round for their team. Wardell happened to be the Hero Operator player. This meant that he essentially had to piggyback the entire round with the glass cannon.
Clearly, his only objective in the game is to nerf the Operator because he is too overpowered with it!
A little backstory on Wardell if you’ve never heard of him!
Matthew “Wardell” Yu is an ex-CS: GO pro player who is currently giving his best in the pro Valorant scene. Wardell is regarded as one of the best Operator players in the game because of his unreal strategizing and game sense. Wardell is the in-game leader of TSM. Best known for his prowess as Sage and Brimstone, he is a force to be reckoned with in the competitive gaming scene.
He is also a verified streamer on Twitch with 600K followers and has a daily streaming schedule. He streams a variety of different games such as Valorant, Apex Legends, Escape From Tarkov, and many more. Click here to check out Wardell’s Twitch channel!
He has numerous noteworthy clips of him getting aces or clutching or just being insane at Valorant in general. Click here to check out another clip of his in which he aces with the Guardian.
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