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Tyson ‘Tenz’ Ngo

  • Professional gamer
  • Sentinels
  • Canada
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Tyson Ngo, commonly known as Tenz is a Canadian professional esports player and streamer. Tenz started his career as a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Professional player and Streamer but in early 2020 Tenz made a switch to Valorant. Tenz is currently signed with Sentinels Valorant as part of their active roster.

Tenz Mouse Settings – Finalmouse Starlight-12 / Endgame Gear Xm1

Polling RateWindows SensitivityScoped Sensitivity M.

Tenz Keybinds – Xtrfy K4-Rgb Tkl White

L-ShiftCaps LockWheel Down
Equip Primary WeaponEquip Secondary WeaponEquip Melee Weapon
Use/Equip Ability: 1Use/Equip Ability: 2Use/Equip Ability: 3
Mouse 4Mouse 5C
Use/Equip Ability: UltimateEquip SpikeUse Object
OutlinesOuter LinesInner Lines
On / 1 / 10 / 0 / 0 / 01 / 4 / 2 / 2
ColorCenter DotFade / Movement / Firing Error
CyanOffOff / Off / Off
Minimap SizeMinimap Vision ConesMinimap Zoom
Rotate / Fixed OrientationShow Map Region NamesKeep Player Centered
Rotate / Based on SideAlwaysOn

Tenz Valorant Video Settings

Display – Asus Rog Pg259qn

Windowed ModeResolutionFrame Rate Limit
Nvidia Reflex
On + Boost
BloomAnisotropic FilteringAnti-Aliasing
Texture QualityDetail QualityMaterial Quality
UI QualityDistortionFirst Person Shadows
VignetteVSyncImprove Clarity

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Tenz’s Streaming Setup




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Tenz Most Popular Valorant Video

Tenz’s Career

Tyson “Tenz” Ngo was born on May 5, 2001, in Canada.

Tenz started his career as a Streamer in November 2015 when he made his Twitch channel. The first game Tenz started playing was Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and he quickly fell in love with the game. Tenz was so talented at Counter-Strike that it didn’t take him long to get to the top, and due to his talent he was quickly signed by a big esports organization like Cloud9 in 2019. Tenz made his professional debut at BLAST Pro Series Los Angeles, where his team beat the popular gaming organization FaZe Clan.

But, Tenz career as a professional CS: GO player wasn’t that long because after playing Valorant beta (a game with similar mechanics as CS: GO) Tenz fall in love with the game, and in April 2020, Tenz announced that he’ll be making a switch from CS: GO to Valorant as a professional player and he was the first player announced as a part of Cloud9’s Valorant squad.

Tenz won his first-ever Valorant tournament just one month after joining the Valorant pro scene in May 2020, Tenz also finished 3rd in the A-Tier tournament Pop Flash in August 2020.

In early 2021, Tenz announced that he’ll be stepping down from the Cloud9 Valorant squad to focus on his career as a content creator. Of the reasons Tenz made the decision was Covid because there were no Lan tournaments and he was not enjoying online as much.

In mid-2021, Tenz announced that he is returning to competitive play as a part of Sentinels Valorant Squad.

Best Valorant Tournament Placements:

  • 5th-8th in VCT 2021: Stage 3 Masters – Berlin
  • 1st in VCT 2021: North America Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs
  • 1st in VCT 2021: North America Stage 3 Challengers 1
  • 1st in VCT 2021: Stage 2 Masters – Reykjavík
  • 1st in VCT 2021: North America Stage 2 Challengers Finals
  • 1st in VCT 2021: North America Stage 2 Challengers 2
  • 1st in VCT 2021: North America Stage 1 Masters
  • 3rd in Pop Flash
  • 2nd in PAX Arena Invitational
  • 2nd in Pulse Invitational

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