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CS:GO Player ShahZaM Retires From The Game To Play Valorant

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Shahzeeb Khan, known as “ShahZaM,” is a 26-year-old American former CS:GO player who had played for teams like Complexity Gaming, Optic Gaming, Team SoloMid, and many more. In his career, he earned over $125.000 from the events.

Sentinels Esports has shared a new post on the official Twitter account and stated that they formed a new Valorant team to play in competitive leagues with signing ShahZam. He stated that it is time to try something new.

Sentinels Esports is now:

Shahzeeb “ShahZaM” Khan

Hunter “SicK” Mims

Jared “Zombs” Gitlin

Jay “Sinatraa” Won

ShahZaM said:

“Time for something new.”

Founder of the Sentinels Esports, Rob Moore said:

“Our goals as an organization are to connect our fans to the biggest, most exciting games in esports, and to recruit championship-caliber teams as we have in other games like Fortnite and Halo. Signing on Sinatraa, ShaZaM, and SicK to join our organization further cements Sentinels as a home for world-class players and teams.”

You can check out the tweets below and click here for the source.

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