kennyS on potential move to OG’s Valorant team: “Contractually Riot couldn’t let me play”

Legendary French Counter-Strike star Kenny “kennyS” Schrub, who has been on the G2 Esport bench since March 2021, has confirmed reports that he almost played for OG’s Valorant team in France’s Valorant Regional League, but blocked by contract disputes.

In a video posted to his YouTube channel, inactive French Counter-Strike star kennyS confirmed this the report on him trailing for OG’s Valorant team by 1pv.fr reporter neL agreed and that he would compete in the Valorant Regional League France: Revolution.

He stated that he should play Valorant professionally for OG for a period of two months, or about the length of a stage of the Valorant circuit.

However, according to the player, the move didn’t materialize due to contractual issues.

“I was interested in playing, it was a short-term goal that I needed and wanted,” KennyS said. “I want to thank OG and G2 for trying to make it happen, but unfortunately it didn’t happen. Why? Because contractual [Riot Games] couldn’t let me play What I understand.”

KennyS didn’t elaborate on what Riot had to do with the potential move or what was going on behind the scenes specifically with his contract.

The former G2 AWP player continued to thank his fans and acknowledge their differing opinions on whether he should move away from the Valve title.

“It could have happened, but it didn’t happen,” he said.

What kennyS missed on OG’s Valotant run

OG has had an up and down journey in Valorant and in 2022 they were mostly trending down. The team didn’t make it onto the mainline of the Valorant Champions Tour in the VCT EMEA Stage 1 Challengers League, but the organization secured a place in the French VRL without having to play through the qualifiers.

Through the VRL, OG was able to find its way into the Challengers by winning the French league playoffs and fighting through other VRL winners and the worst Challenger teams in the promotion tournament to reach the mainline.

In the league, the all-France squad qualified for the playoffs with a 2-1-4 record, the league played in a best-of-two format but lost to Team BDS in the playoffs.

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Emma Bowman

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