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Taylor ‘Drone’ Johnson

  • Professional gamer
  • Team SoloMid
  • United States
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Taylor Johnson, Commonly known as Drone is an American professional Valorant player and is also a former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player. As a CS: GO player Taylor had a decent career and played for many teams including Team Prospects, Splyce, and Team Envy throughout his career. In 2020 after trying Valorant beta Taylor fell in love with the game and since Valorant is very similar to CS: GO he decided to continue his professional career as a Valorant player and currently he is signed with TSM but recently he was benched by TSM.

Drone Mouse Settings – Logitech G Pro X Superlight

Polling RateWindows SensitivityScoped Sensitivity M.
L-ShiftL-CtrlSpace Bar
Equip Primary WeaponEquip Secondary WeaponEquip Melee Weapon
Use/Equip Ability: 1Use/Equip Ability: 2Use/Equip Ability: 3
ECaps LockMouse 3
Use/Equip Ability: UltimateEquip SpikeUse Object
OutlinesOuter LinesInner Lines
On / 1 / 10 / 0 / 0 / 01 / 1 / 2 / 2
ColorCenter DotFade / Movement / Firing Error
GreenOffOff / Off / Off
Minimap SizeMinimap Vision ConesMinimap Zoom
Rotate / Fixed OrientationShow Map Region NamesKeep Player Centered
Rotate / Based on SideAlwaysOn

Drone Valorant Video Settings

Display – Benq Xl2540

Windowed ModeResolutionFrame Rate Limit
BloomAnisotropic FilteringAnti-Aliasing
Off2xMSAA 2x
Texture QualityDetail QualityMaterial Quality
UI QualityDistortionFirst Person Shadows
VignetteVSyncImprove Clarity

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Drone’s Career

Taylor “Drone” Johnson was born on August 29, 1997, in the United States. He was introduced to gaming by his father when he was young. By the time he was thirteen, his father gave him his steam account which was named DroneSniper to play and after he was done with the account he decided to go by the name Drone because he thought the full name “DroneSniper” was kinda lame.

Taylor started gaming in 2008 with Counter-Strike: 1.6 and spent more than 9000 hours playing CS: 1.6 before making a switch to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive after the game was released. after graduating from a vocational high school for IT instead of going to college he decided to pursue his career as a professional gamer playing CS: GO.

After he decided to make gaming his full-time career he started his CS: GO career with SinisterGG and then played for many small teams likes Nexus eSports, WinOut.net, Tectonic, and Team Prospects in between early 2015 to late 2016 until he was signed by Splyce in December 2016 and was with them for two years until the team was disbanded in April 2018.

He then joined Team Envy in September 2018 and was with them until the org decided to reshuffle the team in April 2019 and he decided to take a break from the pro scene.

While he was taking a break from competitive CS: GO play he decided to give Valorant a try when the beta was announced and he totally fell in love with the game and since the game was very similar to the CS: GO mechanically he decided to continue his professional career in Valorant and in May 2020 he signed with TSM as a fragger for their Valorant roster and played with them until July 2021 when he was benched by the TSM.

While he was playing for TSM he was considered one of the best players in the North American Valorant scene and was included with the likes of Tenz, Scream, and many others.

Best Valorant Tournament Placements:

  • 3rd-4th in Cloud9 To The Skyes
  • 2nd in First Strike North America
  • 1st in Pittsburgh Knights Invitational Gauntlet Series
  • 1st in FaZe Clan Invitational
  • 3rd-4th in PAX Arena Invitational
  • 1st in T1 x Nerd Street Gamers Showdown
  • 1st in Lof x DTS Invitational Series
  • 1st in Immortals First Light
  • 2nd in Twitch Rivals: VALORANT Launch Showdown – North America
  • 1st in Pittsburgh Knights Charity Invitational
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