“He’s like Shroud”- Dr Disrespect Has High Praise for This FPS Competitor

Published 09/17/2021, 10:00 AM EDT


Dr Disrespect is, without a doubt, one of the best aimers in the gaming community. Whether it is Warzone, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or any other battle royale, he has dominated every game’s highest-ranked lobbies without breaking a sweat.

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Valorant is one of the hottest games in the industry at the moment. The title’s competitive tournament is midway through their second-ever international LAN event, with the quarters kicking off today.

Although Dr Disrespect doesn’t play much of the FPS game, he keeps up with all the ongoings in the Valorant scene. And recently, the doc had some pretty commendable words for an upcoming Valorant sensation.

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Dr Disrespect: the doc’s thoughts on the Valorant Pro

As a part of his latest stream, the doc had a watch party for one of the biggest match-ups in Valorant’s latest tournament: Valorant Masters: Berlin. Winner’s of the Reykjavík tournament, Sentinels (NA), who have continued to show why they are not to be taken lightly, going up against EMEA’s G2 Esports.

As the stream started, Dr Disrespect addressed his viewers. And then started talking about Sentinels’ key player, Tyson “TenZ” Ngo. He explained what he thinks of TenZ and his capabilities. The doc said, “He’s like Shroud…but younger and and… and and knows how to win.”

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As they say, talent recognizes talent. Dr Disrespect was not one to hold back and expressed his thoughts on TenZ. Tyson is a former CS:GO pro who switched over to Riot’s new FPS during the beta testing and has been regarded as one of the best, if not the best, players on the planet ever since.

He originally played for Cloud 9 Blue. Later, he went to Sentinels on loan before sealing a permanent move to the organization.

TenZ’s dominance in Valorant

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TenZ’s shockingly exceptional performance in tournaments, especially on the international stage has earned him a lot of praise over the past year. Even Shroudy Rowdy thinks he is one of the best players in the world. The FPS God Shroud, talking about Tyson in a qualifiers match, said, “..he’s the best player in the world right now.”

Before the G2 match, Tyson dropped 32 kills against F4Q on a single map. It was only natural that more streamers tuned in to watch Sentinels take on G2 for the second time, having won the first one by 2-1.

Unfortunately, G2 Esports handed the North American giants their first-ever loss in an international tournament. Thankfully, it was not an elimination match as both teams already qualified for the quarter-finals that start today.

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Being called the best is not easy. What’s even more difficult for an FPS pro is being compared to Shroud by Dr Disrespect. But TenZ continues to exceed everyone’s expectations. Let’s see if Sentinels can retain their crown, or is there a new king in town?

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Tanay Grover

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Tanay Grover, an eSports writer for EssentiallySports, is currently pursuing his Bachelors of Technology. Before finding his way into the world of eSports, he worked on Social Media management. An enthusiastic football player who never played any other game except FIFA, he found his calling when he started playing Valorant and Pokemon GO.

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