Matthew ‘Wardell’ Bowman Yu
Matthew Bowman Yu, Commonly known as Wardell is a Valorant professional player for Team SoloMid. Just like many Valorant professional players, Wardell used to play CS: GO professionally as an AWPer and was considered among the best AWPers in North America. Apart from playing Valorant professionally, Wardell can be found streaming on Twitch regularly.
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Matthew “Wardell” Bowman Yu was born on born July 5, 1998, in Canada. From a very young age Wardell was passionate about gaming and wanted to go pro in CS: GO while he was in University and apart from going pro he didn’t have any career in mind.
Wardell started his CS: GO career with Bee’s Money Crew and was with them until April 2017 when he was signed by Ghost Gaming at that time he was still in university and since he didn’t have any other career in mind he stuck with Ghost Gaming till June 2019 that’s when Ghost gaming disbanded their CS: GO roster.
Wardell said that playing with Ghost Gaming was really necessary for his career and help him develop as a player.
After Ghost Gaming disbanded their roster Wardell started streaming CS: GO on Twitch thinking that it’ll get him noticed by the organizations and after some time he and some other streamers formed a team named “Orgless” which ended up finishing 5th at the Flashpoint Season 1 CS: GO league and it helped Wardell get the attention of the Audience but he never got any offer from any organization, therefore, he decided to retired from CS: GO pro scene and started playing Valorant on April 2020, which worked out great in his favor.
After just one month in May 2020, he was signed by one of the big North American organizations Team SoloMid.
Best Valorant Tournament Placements:
- 1st in VCT 2021: North America Stage 3 Challengers 2
- 2nd in First Strike North America
- 1st in Face Off
- 1st in AORUS Xtreme Showdown
- 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