A lot of big names are all around the Valorant scene. One of them is Tyson "TenZ" Ngo, former Counter-Strike professional player and now a Valorant world champion. If you want to emulate his style, here are the ideal Valorant TenZ crosshair and settings to use.
In his journey to becoming a Valorant champion, TenZ of course had to practice and train a lot for the game, which involved finding the best settings for his playing style. This guide will show you what crosshair and settings he uses to top the Valorant charts. You'll then be able to practice using his skills!
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Valorant TenZ crosshair and settings
Despite being one of the world's top-performing Valorant players, TenZ likes to keep it simple with his crosshair. There aren't any stylised lines or fancy shapes with this one, as he seems to use a standard cyan crosshair. Check out his settings below:
As a pro player in the Valorant scene, TenZ uses the best of the best equipment and settings, which maximise his potential as a player. Currently, he uses a Finalmouse Starlight Pro. But at times, he also switches equipment and designed his own mouse for Finalmouse called TenZ x Finalmouse Starlight Pro.
His mouse settings consist of the following:
Scope Sensitivity M
For keybinds, TenZ also customises these in accordance with his comfort in playing and to maximise his skills. If you have a gaming mouse you can reprogram it to fit these keybinds, you'll be able to mirror TenZ's playing style and convenience.
Mouse wheel down
In terms of video settings, you may have to tweak these according to your set-up and preference. But this Valorant player likes to keep his settings mostly on low, to better prioritise the gaming experience over the game's visuals. Additionally, these settings give TenZ a more optimised playing experience.
First person shadows
Lastly for map settings, TenZ doesn't really change much as he just makes certain he sees the map clearly to locate enemies and his own teammates.
Rotate based on side
Keep player centred
Minimap vision cones
Show map region names
Now that you know TenZ's settings for his crosshair, mouse, keybinds, and more, surely you'll be able to pick up a thing or two from one of the world champions of Valorant. However, these settings don't mean much if you don't hone your own Valorant skills as well. Make sure to practice a lot too and still find the settings that can best accommodate your needs as a player.