Who are the players who enjoyed success in multiple Esports?
While millions attempt to make it as a professional player, only a few get to live it. However, there are those who have had successful careers in multiple Esports. The list is short but the players in the list found success in more than one Esports that saw said players get glorified in the public eye. These players are nothing short of exceptional talents and deserve all the praise. Having a successful career is not an easy task but they certainly made it look that way. Today we look at some of the players who have enjoyed a successful career in multiple Esports:
Jared "zombs" Gitlin
A handful of players have changed from Apex Legends to VALORANT and the best of the bunch is zombs. While contending in Apex Legends with Sentinels, he won TwitchCon: San Diego and completed third at the EXP Invitational at X Games Minneapolis. He then joined Sentinels' initial roster in VALORANT back in 2020 and was essential for an exceptionally effective group in 2021. Sentinels won North America's Stage 1 Masters and at Reykjavík too. It's additionally important that zombs played Overwatch before Apex Legends. He didn't make it to the Overwatch League, yet before the beginning of the OWL, he completed first in the Alienware event in October 2016 with FaZe Clan.
Zainab "zAAz" Turkie
When so many male CSGO players found their way to VALORANT, so too have a lot of ladies. Julia "juliano" Kiran, Michaela "mimi" Lintrup, Petra "Petra" Stoker, Emmalee "EMUHLEET" Garrido and Benita "bENITA" Novshadian all delighted in recognized vocations in CS:GO and made progress in VALORANT, as well - however, Zainab "zAAz" Turkie has been exceptional. Like performance, zAAz has been playing professionally from her early CS days. She won Dreamhack Summer 2007 and completed second at the Electronic Games World Cup in 2008 and 2010. She additionally completed first in a few additional Dreamhack and Intel competitions from 2015 to 2020. Since changing to VALORANT, zAAz has been gathering prizes with G2 Gozen, dominating three successive VCT Match Transformers competitions from 2021 to 2022 closed by long-lasting colleagues juliano, mimi and Petra.
Eric “Snip3down” Wrona
Snip3down is one of the most successful Halo players ever. He's come out on top on many occasions including the 2008 MLG Nationals and the 2016 HCS Finals. He likewise accomplished something few other esports players can boast: winning a gold accolade with Evil Geniuses at the X Games Aspen 2016. In actuality, he did it two times, winning again at X Games Minneapolis 2019 - just this time while playing Summit Legends. Snip3down additionally positioned second with Group Correspondence at the EXP Invitational that was held at the Summer X Games in 2019, and he came in third at the ALGS 2021 Title with TSM. From that point forward, Snip3down has gone back to Halo, where he and FaZe Clan have reliably completed among the main four or five orgs at significant competitions.
Kang "solo" Keun-chul
As we have come to know that a large number of the former CS:GO professionals who moved to VALORANT, solo's esports vocation extends as far as possible back to the times of the first Counter-Strike, otherwise known as CS 1.6. a while back, he won World eSports Masters in 2010 with an organisation called WeMade Fox. He likewise was in a group hit e-STRO that were sprinters up at the second-ever IEM World showdown in 2008. While solo didn't achieve very as much in CS: GO, he was an individual from perhaps of the most cutthroat Korean group on MVP PK. In the wake of changing to VALORANT, solo assisted lead NUTURN Gaming to a runner-up with completing at First Strike Korea, then a third-place finish at the Masters: Reykjavík 2021. Solo currently fills in as the lead trainer of DAMWON Gaming.
Nicholas “Nitr0” Cannella
Many have taken the leap from CS:GO to VALORANT since the game's launch in 2020, a few of them have come across success in that game - Spencer "Hiko" Martin, Ethan "Ethan" Arnold and Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom all ring a bell. However, the key man for the roster can be found in Nitr0, otherwise known as Captain America. Nitr0 had an amazingly successful venture in CS: GO with Team Liquid in 2019, winning IEM Sydney, Dreamhack Dallas, ESL Ace Association Season 9, ESL One: Cologne and IEM Chicago - all adding to Group Fluid eventually winning the third-ever IEM Grand Slam. Then, at that point, in the summer of 2020, Nitr0 resigned from CS:GO and joined 100 Hoodlums' VALORANT group. That fall, 100 Thieves won the year's greatest VALORANT competition, Counter-Strike North America. What's more, in 2021, they arrived at the elimination rounds of Masters: Berlin. Presently, Nitr0 is back in Team Liquid playing CS:GO. With countless gamers making their way to VALORANT, there will undoubtedly be other people who gather significant titles in the two games. For the time being, however, Nitr0's double achievement is something to write home about.
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