TSM is an American Esports organization, founded in 2009. They are one of the largest and most successful Esports organizations in North America. They have teams in a variety of games, including League of Legends, Fortnite, Apex Legends, PUBG, and now Valorant.
TSM’s Valorant team is made up of some of the best FPS players in the world. They are led by their captain, Hazed, who is a veteran of the Call of Duty and Halo scene. The team also includes former CS:GO pros such as Wardell and Subroza, as well as rising stars like Brehze and Daps.
TSM is a strong contender in the Valorant scene and is looking to make a name for themselves in this new game. With their experienced players and strong work ethic, TSM is poised to be one of the top teams in Valorant.
The American Valorant esports team TSM X was formed in late 2020. The team is composed of five professional Valorant players: Brax, Dapr, Stellur, Asuna, and Zombs.
The team was formed with the intention of competing in the 2021 Valorant Champions Tour. TSM X made their debut in the North American Challengers 1 event, where they finished in 3rd-4th place.
In the following months, the team would go on to compete in several other tournaments and events, including the VCT Game Changers event, where they finished in 2nd place.
As of May 2021, TSM X is one of the most successful and well-known Valorant teams in North America.
The American Valorant esports team TSM X has been involved in a number of controversies since its inception. The most notable of these controversies is the team’s involvement in the so-called “Valorant cheating scandal.” In August of 2020, several members of the TSM X team were accused of using an aimbot in competitive play. While the team and the players denied the accusations, the controversy resulted in the team being banned from competitive play for a period of time. In addition, the team’s manager was also fired in the wake of the scandal.
Another controversy that the team has been involved in is its use of racial slurs in competitive play. In October of 2020, a member of the team used a racial slur during a match. The team was subsequently fined and the player was suspended.
Lastly, the team has also been accused of match fixing. In December of 2020, it was alleged that the team had fixed a match in order to lose and gain an advantage in a future match. While the team denied the accusations, the controversy continues to dog the team.