We can now learn from Sentinels’ superstar player, Tyson “TenZ” Ngo, and improve our Valorant warm-up routine with his new Aim Lab task.

The Valorant pro player has teamed up with Aim Lab to create a new aim trainer task that will help players refine their aim before jumping into their ranked games.

Sentinels TenZ new Valorant warm-up Aim Lab VCT 2022 task

Valorant warm-up by Sentinels TenZ
Credit: Aim Lab

Instead of going into the range or queuing up to another repetitive deathmatch mode, players can prepare for their games by using TenZ new Aim Lab routine.

Players must shoot multiple circular targets that spawn from a distance at different heights that constantly move forward. The task ends if three of the targets are able to get past the player’s position.

The routine is supposed to replicate high-pressure situations and difficult scenarios that cause players to panic.

“I wanted to simulate that panic into a game mode, so [players] can practice being chill, calm, and precise,” TenZ explained.

He tried out the task on his stream and scored 61,230 points with an accuracy of 89.57%.

Aim Lab has created a slew of other aim trainer tasks alongside Valorant pros like Acend’s Mehmet “cNed” İpek, Team Liquid’s Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom, Six Karma’s Alexander “xander” Lopez, OpTic Gaming’s Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker, and Leviatan’s Francisco “kiNgg” Aravena.

All of these tasks can be used to improve a player’s game.

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