Even in a team of talented players, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins can steal the spotlight, as evidenced by a recent clip of him saving the day for his squad. Playing as Omen in Riot Gamesâ€™ Valorant, the streamer was 1v5 against the entire enemy team and still managed to come out on top.
During a close game at the Diamond/Immortal rank, Ninja was the last man standing for his team. Using Omenâ€™s blind and teleport combo, the player snuck past three enemies, only to take them all down with the Judge in just two shots.
Grabbing a Phantom from a fallen enemy, Ninja then picked off the Phoenix player who was watching the site from long range. Then it was just "FIERCE1", the enemies teamâ€™s Sova, remaining. Despite the fellow Immortal rank sneaking in from behind, Ninja picks him off before either player even see each other, with an incredibly clutch shot directly through his own smoke.
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This round was just nuts, and 100 Thieves Spencer "Hiko" Martin, who knows a thing or two about clutching, reacts accordingly. Ninja heads directly to the top fragger position and evens the overall score to 6 - 6. His skill actually even brings in the accusations of cheating, and itâ€™s clear to see why.
â€œThis guy is insane!â€ Hiko exclaims to his viewers. â€œWhat more could he do?â€
Of course, for every incredible Valorant play, thereâ€™s one that was a little more lacking. Those who watched Michael "shroud" Grzesiek, who recently returned to Twitch, playing alongside Ninja recently might also remember this clip:
Now that Ninja is beginning to return to the streaming scene, fans will be sure to tune in to see both the highs and lows of his Valorant career. Weâ€™re eager to see what the future has in store for the talented player, and what rage-inducing moments will also surely come his way.