Climbing the ranks in Valorant is no easy feat, but tweaking in-game settings can help to make the journey smoother.
Valorant has a strict ranking system, but those shifting from other first-person shooters will likely find easy in the games. Sentinels’ Tyson “TenZ” Ngo is also among many players who switched from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to raise Valorant’s skill ceiling to a whole new level. The pro player is currently one of the best pure aimers in Riot’s shooter and stands as an inspiration for newcomers.
TenZ previously quit pro play to pursue streaming. He was already a top player at Cloud9, but he reached his true potential when Sentinels pulled him back into the competitive field. Since his return, TenZ has refused to back down, becoming one of the deadliest duelists in the professional Valorant scene.
While becoming as good as TenZ may not be readily achievable for most, players can still try copying his in-game settings. It’s worth noting that borrowing someone else’s sensitivity may not deliver the best results for you, since such settings mainly depend on personal preference. TenZ is also known for constantly changing his sensitivity, so be patient and keep practicing!