Twitch superstar streamer Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek has made his predictions for Valorant Champions 2021 during his tournament watch party, which includes the future of Sentinels’ Valorant roster.

The former CS:GO pro believes that his previous organization, Cloud9 Blue, will make it all the way to the finals and win Valorant Champions.

Is Sentinels’ Valorant roster going to change after Valorant Champions?

Sentinels, VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin, Valorant, Riot Games
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On Day 4 of the tournament, Shroud was co-streaming the Group B winners’ match between Sentinels and Team Liquid.

As the North American squad found themselves on the brink of defeat, someone asked the popular streamer if a roster change was imminent for the winners of VCT Stage 2 Masters Reykjavik.

“No matter what, Sentinels are changing their roster,” he responded and doubled down on his hot take. “They’re not going to win, and they’re changing their roster.”

Shroud believes that, even if Sentinels win Valorant Champions, they will still swap out some of their players going into the next VCT season.

Shroud has Cloud9 Blue winning Valorant Champions

Cloud9 Blue's Valorant roster at Valorant Champions 2021
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He is convinced that Cloud9 Blue is going to win the Valorant world championship, and easily at that.

Shroud is confident that the North American squad’s team captain, Anthony “vanity” Malaspina, will be the difference-maker in the tournament.

On Day 1 of the tournament, Cloud9 Blue was defeated by European squad Fnatic in three very close games. They lost 11-13 on Icebox, then won 13-11 on Split. Cloud9 Blue ultimately lost the match 1-2 after suffering defeat on Fracture, 14-12, in overtime.

Cloud9 Blue is set to face Thai Valorant squad Full Sense on December 5 at 6:00 p.m. GMT | 12:00 p.m. PT, or December 6 at 4:00 a.m. GMT+8. Watch the match live on Riot Games’ official Twitch or YouTube channels.

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