Kenny S Valorant : After CS: GO team G2 recently benched their star AWPer, the player might be considering his options in other games. This comes after the fact that KennyS is reportedly having trials with Valorant Pro Team Alliance.
KennyS is one of the best-known players of the world’s most popular co-op games, CS: GO. However, his popularity has somewhat diminished over the years due to a somewhat lackluster performance. In his heyday, KennyS was the main reason behind the nerfing of the AWP. The subsequent decrease in scoping speed and movement speed of the AWP was due to KennyS.
He was simply unbeatable with the AWP and was quickly undermining the usefulness of other weapons in the game. However, this could be seen as a reason for the slowdown of KennyS’s progress as the AWP became a completely new weapon. Even though KennyS has progressed nicely since the nerf and still regularly gives other AWPers a run for their money, there is still a lot left to be desired.
Is KennyS really leaving G2 and CS GO?
Here is the tweet talking about KennyS making the switch:
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.
Sources also believe that KennyS hasn’t fully committed on a switch to Valorant yet with options in CSGO.
— Arran “Halo” Spake (@haloofthoughts) March 8, 2021
Even though it is unlikely, the star AWPer is undergoing trials with Valorant Pro Team Alliance. The switch might never even happen for all we know. However, the French Legend might just be looking for a change in scenery or a new competitive break in Valorant. Either way, due to the plethora of options still leftover in CS: GO, the decision would entirely be up to him.
The fans on the other hand are distraught at the thought of there being a competitive CS: GO scene without KennyS in it.
However, KennyS himself posted a tweet about Valorant, hinting at the switch, just a few hours ago on Twitter:
— kennyS (@G2kennyS) March 8, 2021
Although, KennyS has assured his fans that he will be continuing with CS: GO for the time being. Only time will tell if the switch actually happens or not.
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