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CS:GO Player Tarik Unveils His Real Thoughts About The Players Who Become Professional Valorant Players



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Tarik “tarik” Celik is a 24-year-old American/Turkish CS:GO player who has been playing for Evil Geniuses since September 2019. Before that, he had played for MIBR, NRG Esports, Cloud9, and more.

On a recent Twitter post, Tarik revealed his real thoughts about the CS:GO players who are switching to Valorant, and stated that he can feel why they are quitting the scene.

As you might remember, most of the CS:GO players like Braxton “swag” Pierce, Ryan “freakazoid” Abadir, and many more retired from the scene and became professional Valorant players.

He stated that most of the players are trying to play without salary and organization and it’s normal that if they wanted to play and earn the money at the same time. Also, he said that there is no need to hate these players even though this really sad for the CS:GO scene.

Here is what Tarik said:

“I think it makes sense for pros without salary to try out Valorant… Everyone knows most CS players have solid mechanics & this is a unique opportunity. Sucks for the scene, but really no reason to hate on them. Best of luck to anyone trying to switch over.”

A fan user named Market wrote:

“Disagree, this will be very good for the scene, instead of recycling players, there are spots for new young talents especially in North America.”

Tarik replied:

“That could be the case but a lot of these T2 pros help mold upcoming players into worthy prospects. You need stepping stones before playing at the top and this is taking away from that foundation. Anyway, pros and cons.”

You can read the tweets below.

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