Interesting facts about our Valorant ace Timofey Khromov "Chronicle"
Timofey Khromov, a prominent Esports player also known as Chronicle. The win percentage for this player is an astounding 76.67%. Gambit Esports was the team that preceded Chronicle. He participated on the team for 92 days.
A year after commencing as a player for a small CIS squad that competed in online cups, he is regarded as the MVP of the Master’s Berlin event and has a spot at the Valorant World Championships secured. Chronicle is unquestionably an example of how hard work over an entire year can pay off in esports for any player who wants to play professionally in Valorant, began his professional career in 2020, and in that short time, he has participated in a huge number of Valorant Championship Tour events.
M3 Champions at the 2022 VCT
More recently, he represented the M3 Champions at the 2022 VCT: EMEA Stage 2 Challengers, where he put up an outstanding performance. Despite losing to FunPlus Phoenix in a 1:2 match, this resulted in the team finishing in fourth place. Chronicle and his colleagues came in second place after losing to Team Liquid by a score of 1:3 and advanced to the 2022 VCT. For his previous team, M3C, Chronicle performed the Sentinel and Duelist roles. He is a fighter who can win in crunch time and enters fights with confidence. He is a formidable player because of his capacity to penalize opposing teams in-game for even the smallest error.
He finished second in Valorant Champs in Berlin at the end of 2021 with Gambit, and he won the Masters Stage 3 in Berlin. He was a fantastic addition to the M3C team and is unquestionably one of the most prominent Valorant players in the esports industry.
Fnatic confirms Chronicle ahead of VCT 2023
During his time with Gambit Esports, the Russian team that ruled the CIS region in 2021, Chronicle established himself as one of the top contenders in the EMEA region. Even yet, M3 Champions struggled all year and failed to earn a spot in either of the Master’s competitions, finishing last in both phases of the EMEA playoffs.
With personnel changes still in full force as the start of the regular season draws closer, VALORANT’s offseason is already well underway. Timofey “Chronicle” Khromov will join for the following season, according to Fnatic, who confirmed the news as the teams made their last selections before 2023.
In his brief career, Chronicle has taken on every duty, including those of initiator and controller for Gambit in 2021. And we all now await his mind-boggling gameplay. Check out more on @kronikel.