Tenz’s settings, keybinds, and crosshair for VALORANT

Take it from Tenz.

Photo via Blast Pro Series

Former Counter-Strike pro Tyson “TenZ” Ngo made the leap to VALORANT when the game’s closed beta launched in April 2020.

Since then, he’s worked his way to the top of the competitive ladder, standing out as one of the very best in the game. He even reached the highest rank in North America just a day after ranked was released on the live servers.

On Jan. 12, TenZ stepped down from Cloud9 to pursue a career in content creation. In March, following the controversy surrounding VALORANT player and former Overwatch League MVP sinatraa, however, Tenz joined Sentinels as a stand-in for the VALORANT Champions Tour

It remains to be seen if Tenz will continue his pro career when the tournament concludes, but according to a recent ruling by Riot, there's a chance the organization could use him going forward.

Here’s Tenz’s full list of VALORANT settings.

Mouse settings

DPI800In-game Sensitivity0.4
eDPI320Scoped Sensitivity1
Polling Rate1000Windows Sensitivity6
Logitech G Pro X Superlight

Crosshair settings

ColorCyanInner Lines1 / 6 / 2 / 3
OutlinesOffOuter Lines0 / 0 / 0 / 0
Center Dot OffFade / Movement / Firing ErrorOff / Off / Off

Key bindings

CrouchLeft Ctrl
WalkLeft Shift
JumpMouse Wheel Down
Ability 1Mouse 4
Ability 2Mouse 5
Ability 3C
Utlimate AbilityF
HyperX X Ducky One 2 Mini RGB

Video settings

Material QualityLowAnti-AliasingNone
Detail QualityLowAnisotropic Filtering1x
Texture QualityLowImprove ClarityOff
UI QualityLowBloomOff
VignetteOffDistortionOff
VsyncOffFirst Person ShadowsOff
Asus GeForce RTX 3090

Map settings

RotateRotate / Based on Side
Keep Player CenteredOn
Minimap Size1.2
Minimap Zoom0.8
Minimap Vision ConesOn
Show Map Region NamesAlways

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