Twitch king Felix “xQc” Lengyel was one in every of many who tuned in to observe Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek’s professional VALORANT debut for Sentinels on the North America Final Likelihood Qualifier on Aug. 4, which led to a loss.
Shroud didn’t appear rusty in any respect, although. He appeared spectacular all through the collection and even pulled off some spotlight reel moments, which his teammate Tyson “TenZ” Ngo promised he would.
Nonetheless, the juicer warlord wasn’t impressed. He popped up within the stream’s chat and claimed he may do it higher. “I’m simply going to say it like it’s. I don’t miss OP photographs,” he mentioned. “Haven’t missed ever. I’d clap these noobs!”
Nevertheless, it could be a stretch to say VALORANT is his jam. The uproarious star has streamed it for less than 40 hours in 2022 and round 300 hours in complete for the reason that Riot Video games title was launched in June 2020.
Shroud, then again, has streamed it for more than a thousand hours—the second most of any sport in his channel’s historical past, and he had a five-year stint as a CS:GO professional.
xQc isn’t brief on confidence, although. His feedback had been in all probability made in jest, however there’s a great likelihood he’d again himself for being as much as the duty – if he places within the effort and time.
Nevertheless, it’d be a protracted shot for that to occur, contemplating how little he streams the sport and the way devoted he’s to streaming—which is why he’s all the time in rivalry for being the most-watched Twitch streamer on the platform.