Guard Beat Sentinels

Shroud, a former CS:GO player who now streams, has not participated in a professional esports competition in more than four years. To be exact, over 1,570 days. The Canadian’s first game in VALORANT was a loss, as The Guard beat his team, Sentinels, 2-1 in the first round of the NA last chance qualifier.

Shroud is recognized to be one of the most famous streamers on Twitch. He had a lot of viewers even before he stopped playing Counter-Strike in 2018.

With his newfound freedom, the streamer reached new heights and became one of the most watched streamers on Twitch. According to Twitch Tracker, he has over 571 million total views and 10.2 million followers. 

The Guard Beat Sentinels on a Scoreline of 2-1

Before he played in VALORANT for the first time, the esports community cheered when the 28-year-old entered Sentinels on July 8. A lot of fans were right to want to see Shroud in action once more.

There was a lot of excitement about Shroud’s return, and tens of thousands of viewers tuned in to see it. It is thought that more than 400,000 people saw Sentinels fight The Guard.

At the end of the first map on Breeze, Shroud got a very impressive triple kill. Many fans who watched Shroud play competitive CS:GO will remember this play. People liked him because he had great aim and could spray downs.

Sentinels had a good start, but they couldn’t keep it up. They lost to The Guard 2-1 and went to the lower bracket. Fans will need to wait another few days to see Sentinels and Shroud play again. The Guard Beat Sentinels was something that most of the viewers expected before the game.

On the other hand, the Guard has made it to the next stage of the upper bracket. The winners of Shopify Rebellion and Cloud9 will play them Today.

Sentinels as a team have had a rough year in 2022. They didn’t make it to an international tournament, even though they went to every major event in 2021, and they’ve had to change their roster more than once.

With one of these moves, they got Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro, who was also playing his first game for Sentinels in this match.

Sentinels and Shroud will keep going their LCQ journey in the lower bracket against a team that has not been chosen.


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