If you’ve been following the competitive CSGO scene for a while, there’s not a chance that you’re unfamiliar with Kenny ‘kennyS’ Schrub. The legendary CSGO player has proven his AWPing skills repeatedly in various major tournaments while winning the hearts of his millions of fans worldwide.
However, it seems like the time of CSGO fans applauding the AWP shots of kennyS might be cut short as recent leaks are suggesting that the 25-year-old is considering a switch to Riot’s tactical shooter Valorant.
The French star cemented his place in CSGO history through extraordinary plays during his time with Team Envy between 2015 and 2017 before eventually moving to G2 Esports in 2017.
Earlier today, kennyS was benched by the G2 CSGO roster, and this may have led to him considering his options in Valorant.
According to a Tweet by Arran “Halo” Spake, leaks are suggesting that kennyS might be having a trial with team Alliance.
Should this move actually take place, the Alliance Valorant roster will consist of:
- Kenny ‘kennyS’ Schrub
- Enzo ‘Fearoth’ Mestari
- Niels ‘luckeRRR’ Jasiek
- Tautvydas ‘hype’ Paldavicius
- Thomas ‘kAdavra’ Johner
However, none of the leaks of kennyS moving to Valorant has been confirmed as of yet.