Brandon “Aceu” Winn made a name for himself in Respawn Entertainment’s battle royale extraordinaire, Apex Legends. Since then, he’s moved on to bigger and better things and kicked off a career in VALORANT.
It’s early days for Riot’s five-vs-five tactical shooter, with the closed beta launching in April, but Aceu hasn’t skipped a beat. He’s won tournament after tournament and quickly placed in the upper echelons of the competitive ladder.
Counter-Strike players were meant to be the kings of VALORANT, but Aceu has broken the mold. He’s stood out in VALORANT and has gone toe-to-toe with some of the best the game has to offer.
Aceu is best known for playing Jett, one of the game’s most mechanically intensive agents. He plays the character on a different level, using his aggressive playstyle to outmaneuver his opponents.
Here’s Aceu’s full list of settings in VALORANT.
Aceu has a relatively high sensitivity for a VALORANT player, but it suits his aggressive playstyle. He’s not afraid to duel, and instead of playing slow and steady, he gets up in his opponent’s faces. So far, he’s had no trouble with his high sens.
Aceu has stuck with the full default keybinds for VALORANT and even uses his Space Bar to Jump. Many players, particularly from the Counter-Strike scene, use scroll to jump. This allows them to easily bunny hop, but it doesn’t give any real advantages.
For Jett players, though, Space Bar to jump is essential for gliding. Aceu almost exclusively plays Jett, and without Space Bar, he’d be nowhere near as impressive.