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100 Thieves Valorant Player Steel Explains The Biggest Problem Of The Community: “Stats Means Nothing”

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Joshua Nissan, known as “Steel,” is a 31-year-old Canadian former CS:GO player who had played for teams like Ghost Gaming, iBUYPOWER, and more. Since September 2020, he has been playing Valorant for 100 Thieves.

Steel took his official Twitter account to share a clip from his recent stream on Twitch and revealed the biggest problem of the Valorant community.

In the post, Steel mentioned that the community cares so much about that statistics and elo that they don’t actually try to improve themselves besides getting better stats. Also, Steel said that people are who have positive stats think that they are the best and said that this is actually so gross to see.

Here is what Steel said:

“Mini-rant on stats/elo/rank and why it ultimately doesn’t mean anything.

Played games on a new account and the amount of people in plat/diamond/immortal that have this superiority complex that they’re better cause they have more kills or a higher rank is actually sad and gross.

The conversation in chat started as something along the lines of ‘I’m stuck in x rank as sage but I go 25-15 every game. should i use a different agent to carry.’ I explained that I’m only given one piece of info to diagnose when I need upwards of 20 pieces. Then went on a tangent.”

He added:

“Stats in a vacuum don’t mean shit. A player will have better stats on a team that’s winning. A player will have better stats on a team if they are baiting, 2nd/3rd one in instead of first in, chasing ecos, going for exit kills, playing agents that have abilities that kill, etc.

Nobody cared about my stats in the CS:S 24/7 office pub server. I was the only person that cared. Nobody cares about your rank in this game. Play to get better and the stats/rank/elo will reflect it. The moral of the story is: Get good and fuck all the noise.”

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