While most Valorant pro streamers showcase their headshots and flicks, Yassine “Subroza” Taoufik had a great idea to show off just how much he’s spent on Valorant skins.
The TSM player discussed what the number would be with his viewers, comfortably hovering around CA$2,000 (US$1,500) on his official guess. Upon reveal, Subroza found out that he’s spent CA$4,100 (US$3,200) just on Valorant skins.
With some quick calculations, Subroza shelved out enough money to have 352,000 Valorant points. That’s roughly equivalent to 40 Glitchpop 2.0 bundles.
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“I don’t even think there’s that much skins,” said Subroza. “I have most skins. I literally have every Phantom.”
Despite being a purely cosmetic add-on to the tactical FPS, Subroza proved that there might be some magic to equipping such stylish skins. Later on in the video, the TSM sharpshooter pulled off an incredible ace using the Reaver Vandal.
You can check out the reveal down below:
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