Cloud 9 has announced that its Valorant and former CS:GO prodigy Tyson “TenZ” Ngo has retired from competitive play. Heading forward the nineteen-year-old Canadian has elected to pursue a career in content creation and will remain with Cloud 9 in such a role.

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In his farewell announcement, TenZ reminisced about the past season stating:

“For 2020, the year was amazing for me, because it was the year I was able to blow up through competitive play, my Twitch stream, all my socials. Overall competitive play was good, streaming was good, and only towards the end of 2020 was when we had some decline as a team together.”

He further stated that the decision to step down from the team was his own, but left the door open for a possible return as