Former key member of Sentinels’ VALORANT group zombs isn’t returning to professional play, he admitted throughout a dwell stream on Nov. 24.
Zombs’ future as knowledgeable VALORANT participant has been up within the air since April 2022, when Sentinels benched him throughout the season and introduced Eric “Kanpeki” Xu. Sentinels revamped the roster with the signings of Sacy and pANcada after making it by the franchising program and zombs tried to place a brand new group collectively, however he realized competitors is not for him.
“I was scrimming for like a week,” zombs mentioned. “The team I was making had some potential and we had some potential organizations interested. But then I went to Los Angeles, I talked to the SEN owner, and now I never want to leave SEN. I am staying on SEN forever. I have been on SEN since the beginning, since they had like zero followers. I am not going to compete again. It’s not worth it for me anymore. I have opportunities that are better for the future, that are better in every aspect than competing.”
Zombs grew bored with competing after he realized it’s “impossible” to type a group with each participant on the identical web page. Every lineup has too many issues and isn’t price spending years of life grinding a sport, in line with him.
The 24-year-old has been part of Sentinels since March 2019, when he nonetheless was an Apex Legends professional. He transitioned to VALORANT in 2020 below the group and joined the primary lineup Sentinels assembled in April 2020.
Sentinels dominated the North American scene in 2020 and carried that momentum to May 2021, after they turned the primary winners of a global VALORANT event at VCT Masters Two Reykjavík.
Although it’s not official but, it’s seemingly that zombs will probably be part of Sentinels’ group of VALORANT content material creators, which additionally contains tarik, aceu, and sinatraa.