According to a message on Thanamethk ‘Crws’ Mahatthananuyut’s Twitter account, the Talon Esports Valorant professional suffered an injury while playing badminton. Talon Esports could not secure a spot in any of the VCT international competitions in 2018. As a result, their season they were ended on July 19 as they were defeated by Gen.G 2-1 in the VCT Pacific LCQ tournament.
Following the defeat, the Talon players returned to their respective homes to be with their families and friends in the days leading up to the beginning of the free agency period. IGL Crws, a team member, sustained an injury while playing badminton and needed to be sent to the hospital by ambulance due to the incident. The Thai player shared a snapshot of himself on Twitter, showing him writhing in anguish on a badminton court as others carried him onto a stretcher.
A member of the Talon Valorant team sustained an injury in a sporting mishap
“It’s just been a week since I’ve been back, and I’ve already gotten to ride in an ambulance. “I’m not particularly looking forward to the coming weeks,” Crews stated. Despite giving the impression of being in significant discomfort due to the badminton mishap, the Valorant pro continued to make jokes about his injury in the responses.
“Bro passed away while holding his phone in his hand; what did you learn from that?” One of the responses stated, “I hope you’re okay for real, though.” “I just read that Talon wasn’t selected for the Champions” In humor, Crews offered a response. The 26-year-old athlete has yet to disclose how long it will take him to recuperate or whether he will be able to compete at his usual level at the beginning of the 2024 VCT season. The previous year, Crws stated that he would consider resigning from Valorant if the team could find a better alternative to replace him. He cited the stressful nature of competition and the demanding schedule as reasons to leave esports.