VALORANT star yay shoulders responsibility for team’s loss at VCT Pacific – eSports 

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Bleed Esports’ VALORANT team is already out of the 2024 VCT Pacific Kickoff after going winless at the tournament, but while the team will be on a retrospect on their performances, one player is already shouldering the responsibility.

Superstar Jaccob “Yay” Whiteaker took to social media to air his voice after the disappointing result, revealing the fan’s reaction to the team’s performance.

While stating that the fans were harsh in their criticism of him and his teammates, he also explained he had some unusual vision problems, making him inefficient in reacting to enemy players during the game that decided the team’s fate.

“Man, you guys are brutal. Not sure what happened that last series. I’ve never had my vision start becoming blurry during a game. there were people on my screen sometimes, and I didn’t even react. The worst part is that I have no idea what caused it. I know some of you are mad, but…” Yay posted on X on Tuesday.

He admitted that this was the first time his vision became blurry during a game, and he was unsure what the cause was. The 25-year-old took full responsibility for his team’s capitulation and asked that fans directly blame him.

Yay recorded the worst average combat score in the team across the three-game series vs. Global Esports; he had a 148 average combat score. The veteran also has the joint lowest amount of kills on the server at 35. 

The numbers in the final deciding match are not encouraging either, as he had just six kills and 19 deaths.

Yay, ‘s last win in a game came in February 2023 at Cloud9 at the 2023 LOCK//IN in São Paulo. At that time, he was still playing Jett and Chamber, but recently, he has played other roles and agents, such as Viper and Skye.

Daniel Ademiju Idowu