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Here Is How Much Money TenZ Earned From Valorant Tournaments



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Tyson Ngo, known as “TenZ,” is a 20-year-old Canadian former CS:GO player who was playing for Cloud9. In April 2020, he immediately switched to Valorant after the game goes live under Cloud9 jersey.

But, the young prodigy decided to step down from the roster in January 2021 and continued streaming under the Cloud9 contract. After two months, he joined Sentinels and will represent the organization in VCT: Masters – Reykjavík.

Even though we were eager to find out the net worth of the talented player, it is near impossible to calculate the net worth of the esports players because the contracts they made with the organizations are classified.

Nevertheless, we can make a calculation of the money they earn from the tournaments approximately by splitting the money by the number of the players in the team. In this way, we calculated how much money TenZ earned from the tournaments in 2021.

TenZ’s Net Worth In 2021

Although TenZ and his colleagues showed up in lots of the matches, Cloud9 couldn’t manage to win any top-tier tournaments in North America. The scene was dominated by 100 Thieves, Sentinels, and Team SoloMid.

Cloud9, on the other hand, only reached out to the finals of Immortals First Light, Pulse Invitational, PAX Arena Invitational, in summer 2020. Following the results, TenZ wanted to step down from the active roster.

After joining Sentinels in March 2021, TenZ got his first victory in a major tournament in his debut match against FaZe Clan, and they managed to win VCT 2021: North America Stage 1 Masters.

Even though Sentinels got eliminated from VCT 2021: North America Stage 2 Challengers 1 – Qualifier with a disappointing loss against Built By Gamers, they were ready to prove themselves in the next one.

In the VCT 2021: North America Stage 2 Challengers 2, Sentinels managed to reach the finals as well as TenZ’s contracted team, Cloud9. Again, Cloud9 couldn’t close up the series and TenZ got his second trophy.

Furthermore, Sentinels’ dominance was also certain in the Challengers Finals. The roster got their third victory in only three months by beating Version1. With this victory, they also secured the ticket for the VCT: Masters – Reykjavík.

Following these results from the third tournament, TenZ managed to earn a total of $24.000 in 2021 so far. However, the number could rise in the future if TenZ continues to perform like this.

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