VALORANT Pro Twisten dies at 19 after “Good Night” Tweet, Cause of Death?

Esports player Karel “Twisten” Asenbrener died at the age of 19. The cause of death is unknown, but his final tweet, “Good night,” has led to speculation about suicide.

VALORANT Pro Twisten dies at 19 after "Good Night" Tweet, Cause of Death?

Esports star Karel “Twisten” Asenbrener, who played for the professional Valorant team Guild Esports, has died at the age of 19. Asenbrener’s death was announced on Twitter by Guild Esports on June 7, 2023. The cause of death is still a mystery. The professional VALORANT player’s last tweet was “Good Night”.

Twisten was born in Austria in 2004. He began playing Valorant in 2020 and quickly rose through the ranks of the competitive scene. In 2022, he joined Team Vitality and helped the team win the VCT Masters Reykjavik tournament. In his Valorant esports career, he has won approx $12,662.

Asenbrener was known for his aggressive playstyle and his ability to clutch out difficult rounds. He was also a popular figure in the Valorant community and was known for his positive attitude and sense of humor. His death has been met with an outpouring of grief from the esports community. Many players and fans have taken to social media to express their condolences.

Molsi, player of Team Vitality Tweeted, ” Today we woke up with worst possible news. We lost our teammate,friend and brother Karel. I don’t have a words that can describe how im feeling right now. He was big talent with big aspirations to become best. I love you Karel, farewell my friend. “

“Karel was a true talent and a great person,” said Valorant pro player Tyson “TenZ” Ngo. “He will be deeply missed.”

“Karel was an inspiration to so many,” said Valorant caster Daniel “DDK” Kapadia. “He will never be forgotten.”

Asenbrener’s death is a reminder of the fragility of life. He was a young man with a bright future ahead of him. His death is a tragedy and our thoughts are with his family and friends.

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