Ex-CSGO Streamer Mohamad ‘mOE’ Assad in a video did reveal his plans where he along with Mike “Shroud” Grzesiek and Justin “just9n” Ortiz might form a Valorant roster in amidst of the current Esports situation where a plethora of CS:GO players are making a switch to Riot’s famous tactical first-person shooter.
On his recent “Moe Reacts: OLD RANK-S NOSTALGIA!!!” video on Youtube where mOE is seen rekindling his old RANK-S days with his friends from North America and across the globe, he brings it down before his subscribers and viewers about his future plans of entering Valorant’s competitive scene with the iconic duo comprising of Shroud and just9n who were then known as the spearheads of CS:GO’s Esports scene in and across various regions.
Since the launch of Valorant, we have seen a flurry of professional CS:GO athletes reconsidering their options when it comes to representing an organization for Valorant. The last time we witnessed Shroud was when he represented North America’s prestigious organization Cloud9 at the PGL Krakow Major in 2017 where the team made an exit from the Group stage after being shown the door by Virtus Pro led by Jarosław “pashaBiceps” Jarząbkowski and his troops. The aftermath of Cloud9’s exit resulted in Jordan “nOthing” Gilbert and Shroud been moved to the bench. Since then Shroud moved on to culminate his career as a full-time streamer on Twitch followed by his retirement in April 2019 from the game and Cloud9 as well.
Now that the things would likely transition to the formation of a Valorant roster as told by mOE, we might soon be witnessing the mentioned trio featuring in the competitive scene of the same.