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Former CS:GO Player And Twitch Streamer Just9n Says He Will Be Playing Valorant From Now



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Justin “Just9n” Ortiz is a 27-year-old American former CS:GO player who had played for teams like NRG Esports, Muffin Lightning, and more. For over years, he has been improving himself in his full-time streaming career on Twitch.

Just9n has shared a new post on his official Twitter account and revealed his mental state and what he will do in the future. He stated that he is in the worst state when it comes to mental health, and he will try to overcome this playing professional in Valorant.

Here is what Just9n said:

“I’m sure everyone can agree that 2020 has been a real bummer. Well for me it has taken a greater toll on my mental health than I even thought was possible. By far the worst mental position I’ve been in, ever. It just feels like the world is collapsing and the little motivation I had with gaming and streaming, turned to none at all. I’ve felt at a loss with games to play and very unmotivated to stream anything.

I am in a very fortunate life position and am aware and thankful. Just kind of at a crossroads and feeling lost. COVID + The current state of my country, and seeing the carnage, injustice, and feeling the weight of potential civil war. It’s sickening really. I’m worried about the future and whats gonna happen in the years to come. Is that all a normal response? I don’t know really. All of this has really been the root cause of me disappearing for two weeks. I just couldn’t get my mind in the right spot.”

He continued:

“Which leads me to VALORANT. All of this being said, I am looking forward to the very near future of putting all of my gaming time into Riot’s FPS to become the best I can be. Just to feel a sense of that CSGO drive I once had. Creating something for myself, from nothing. Does that mean I wanna pursue competitive play? At this moment, idk. When I return to streaming in the next few days, I will be focused, with goals on creating good content and improving myself in and out of game once again. This is something that I need, not want. Thanks for reading.”

T1’s newest Valorant player Skadoodle replied:

“I believe in you, my dude.”

CS:GO player FNS replied:

“Let’s make a team man, we got it.”

You can read the tweet below.

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