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ScreaM Tournament ResultsDateLast ResultRoster2021-05-294VCT Masters 2021 Reykjavík
0 : 2⁠Fnaticlogo std.png⁠FNC
Team Liquidlogo std.png⁠TL Jamppi,  Kryptix,  L1NK,  ScreaM,  soulcas2021-02-07NQVCT Challengers Europe 2021 Stage 1 - Phase 1
0 : 2⁠FunPlus Phoenixlogo std.png⁠FPX
Team Liquidlogo std.png⁠TL ec1s,  KRYPTIX,  L1NK,  ScreaM,  soulcas2020-09-133BLAST Twitch Invitational
0 : 2⁠FunPlus Phoenixlogo std.png⁠FPX
Team Liquidlogo std.png⁠TL ec1s,  Kryptix,  L1NK,  ScreaM,  soulcas,  Sliggy2020-08-289 - 12LVL Clash 2
0 : 1⁠SKADElogo std.png⁠SKADE
Team Liquidlogo std.png⁠TL ec1s,  Kryptix,  L1NK,  ScreaM,  soulcas,  Sliggy2020-08-151AEO Regular Season
3 - 2 - 0⁠TBDlogo std.pngRR
Team Liquidlogo std.png⁠TL ec1s,  Kryptix,  L1NK,  ScreaM,  soulcas,  Sliggy2020-07-319 - 16Mandatory.GG Cup
0 : 1⁠Logo std.png⁠TBD
Fish123logo std.png⁠F123 ec1s,  Kryptix,  L1NK,  ScreaM,  soulcas2020-06-282Epulze Valorant Prodigies
1 : 2⁠PartyParrotslogo std.png⁠PP
Prodigylogo std.png⁠Prodigy iDex,  LogaN,  luckeRRR,  Mixwell,  pyth,  rhyme,  ScreaM2020-06-275 - 8Epulze Valorant Prodigies
0 : 2⁠PartyParrotslogo std.png⁠PP
Fish123logo std.png⁠F123 ardiis,  ec1s,  Kryptix,  L1NK,  ScreaM,  soulcas2020-06-071Twitch Rivals: VALORANT Launch Showdown - Europe 1
2 : 0⁠Logo std.png⁠ONSC
Logo std.png⁠MIXW ardiis,  draken,  Mixwell,  pyth,  ScreaM2020-04-101Grizi24H VALORANT Showmatch⁠Logo std.png⁠THÉO Théo Griezmann,  Shaunz,  NBK,  ScreaM,  Mixwell



(1994-07-02) July 2, 1994 (age 27)

Years Active (Player):

2020 – Present

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Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom (born July 2, 1994) is a Belgian player who currently plays for Team Liquid. He is an ex-professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player who played for various notable teams. He is Nabil "Nivera" Benrlitom's older brother.


Professional Counter Strike Career (2010-2020)[edit]

ScreaM was a star studded player who had one of the best headshot ratios in the history of any Counter Strike game. [1] He started playing Counter Strike: Source in around 2010, and has been playing professionally until 2020. He was known for his time on a variety of French teams as an entry fragger, where his most recent achievements were on G2. While on the team, he helped them reach #2 in the world. [2] ScreaM also was notably ranked the #7 and #9 in HLTV's top 20 player rankings in the years 2013 and 2016 respectively. [3][4]

Professional VALORANT Career (2020-Present)[edit]

Transitioning from a Counter-Strike legend to a Valorant professional started in Valorant's Beta, he played with Prodigy, one of the top teams in Europe. The team won a variety of tournaments during the beta. In June 2020, he joined fish123 as a stand-in, who later got signed by Team Liquid. [5]

Gear and Settings[edit]

Mouse Settings [6] (list of)


MouseeDPIDPIPolling RateSensitivity
Classic Ergo
3064001000 Hz0.765
Last updated on 2020-12-06 (315 days ago).
Mouse Settings [6] (list of) (calculate)


MouseCurvatureCircumferenceMouse SetupSensitivity
Classic Ergo
404 MPI
0.265 deg/mm
53.5 in/rev
135.8 cm/rev
400 DPI
@ 1000 Hz
Last updated on 2020-12-06 (315 days ago).
MonitorRefresh rateIn-game resolution
Alienware 25 Gaming360 Hz1920×1080
Last updated on 2020-12-06 (315 days ago).


Date Placement Tier Type Tournament Team Result Prize
2021-08-19 A5A65th - 6thA2A-TierOnline VCT 2021: EMEA Stage 3 Challengers PlayoffsTeam LiquidTeam Liquid1 : 2 Gambit EsportsGambit Esports$5,293
2021-08-01 A11stA2A-TierOnline VCT 2021: Europe Stage 3 Challengers 2Team LiquidTeam Liquid3 : 1 Giants GamingGiants Gaming$17,735
2021-05-29 A44thA1S-TierOffline VCT 2021: Stage 2 Masters - ReykjavíkTeam LiquidTeam Liquid0 : 2 FnaticFnatic$60,000
2021-05-02 A11stA2A-TierOnline VCT 2021: EMEA Stage 2 Challengers FinalsTeam LiquidTeam Liquid3 : 2 FnaticFnatic$42,094
2021-04-18 A22ndA2A-TierOnline VCT 2021: Europe Stage 2 Challengers 2Team LiquidTeam Liquid1 : 3 FnaticFnatic$11,972
2021-01-31 A22ndA3B-TierOnline Red Bull Home GroundTeam LiquidTeam Liquid2 : 3 G2 EsportsG2 Esports$6,852
2020-09-13 A33rdA2A-TierOnline BLAST Twitch InvitationalTeam LiquidTeam Liquid0 : 2 FunPlus PhoenixFunPlus Phoenix$8,885
2020-07-19 A22ndA2A-TierOnline WePlay! Invitationalfish123fish1230 : 2 G2 EsportsG2 Esports$15,000
2020-06-07 A11stA8Showm.Online Twitch Rivals: VALORANT Launch Showdown - Europe #1Team MixwellTeam Mixwell2 : 0 Team ONSCREENTeam ONSCREEN$12,250
2020-05-27 A11stA8Showm.Online G2 Esports European Brawl IITeam ScreaMTeam ScreaM2 : 0 Team FinlandTeam Finland$10,958
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Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom is one of CS:GO and VALORANT’s most recognized names.

Over the course of his 10-year career, the headshot machine has played for several of Counter-Strike’s top squads, including VeryGames, Titan, Epsilon, G2 Esports, and Envy. But after making the switch to VALORANT in 2020, the Belgian signed with Team Liquid, beginning a new path as a pro player.

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ScreaM has been one of the standout players in VALORANT’s European scene, playing and perfecting agents like Phoenix, Sage, and Reyna.

In May 2021, ScreaM led his team to VALORANT’s first international LAN event, qualifying for VCT Masters Reykjavík off the back of a first-place finish at the EMEA Challengers Finals. He ended up bombing out in the lower bracket, losing to European rivals Fnatic.

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

Mouse settings

DPI400In-game Sensitivity0.785
eDPI314Scoped Sensitivity1
Polling Rate500Windows Sensitivity6

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Crosshair settings

ColorCyanInner Lines1 / 1 / 1 / 1
OutlinesOn / 1 / 1Outer Lines0 / 0 / 0 / 0
Center DotOn / 1 / 3Fade / Movement / Firing ErrorOff / Off / Off

Key bindings

CrouchLeft Ctrl
WalkLeft Shift
JumpSpace Bar
Ability 1F
Ability 2Q
Ability 3C
Ultimate AbilityX

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Video settings

Material QualityLowAnti-AliasingMSAA 4x
Detail QualityLowAnisotropicFiltering8x
Texture QualityLowImprove ClarityOff
UI QualityLowBloomOff
VsyncOffFirst Person ShadowsOff

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Map settings

RotateRotate / Based on Side
Keep Player CenteredOn
Minimap Size1.2
Minimap Zoom0.824
Minimap Vision ConesOn
Show Map Region NamesNever

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Team Liquid ScreaM: ‘Valorant is way more tactical than Counter Strike’

Team Liquid’s Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom is one of Valorant’s biggest stars, who has been performing exceptionally well at VCT Stage 2 Masters in Reykjavík, Iceland.

ScreaM started his FPS career when he was just 15 years old in 2010, and he hasn’t stopped competing since then. ONE Esports was fortunate enough to catch up with ScreaM in an exclusive interview where he talked about the Valorant esports scene and how he’s transitioned to being one of the world’s top players.

What ScreaM likes the most about Valorant esports

It’s only been a year since Valorant was released, and according to Team Liquid’s star player, we’re only scratching the surface of the game’s pro scene.

“Riot has done a great job developing the game and listening to the community. Obviously, there are a few things that should be changed still. But the pro scene is getting really big, and the viewership as well,” ScreaM observed.

“People enjoy the game, they like watching it a lot, too. Personally, I really enjoy the competitive Valorant scene. It’s going to keep growing. It’s only the first year, so it’s really great. I don’t think we can expect better than this year in the first year,” he said.

When asked about how players from other teams have been using media interviews and their own social platforms to get an edge over one another — such as how Fnatic’s Jake “Boaster” Howlett said in the pre-tournament press conference that Astra was overrated — ScreaM revealed that he likes the idea of drumming up hype before matches.

“I think Valorant is very tactical. It’s way more tactical than Counter Strike, like it’s a chess game. If you’re ahead mentally, if you’re ahead tactically, that’s the most important in this game,” ScreaM responded.

“I expected [the mind games], and I think that people like to watch [the mind games happen] as well. Some clashes, some fights. It’s good to have some rivalry. It’s really good for the competitive scene.”

ScreaM has high hopes for the international scene

Going into the tournament, the main storyline was clearly the ‘Europe versus North America’ rivalry, in which both regions claimed to be the best.

What surprised ScreaM was how well other regions did during the tournament. “I think every region has a lot of potential in this game, and it’s great to see. It’s the first time we’ve seen this in FPS games.”

When asked about Thai squad X10 Esports, in particular, ScreaM commended them for their performance. “I think they did great. I didn’t expect them to be so good. They had good tactics, good teamplay, and good individual skill. If they keep grinding, they’re going to be very dangerous in the future. To my brothers from overseas, you guys did a really good job.”

How ScreaM stays at the top of his game

ScreaM discussed what keeps him going and aiming to improve, “I was really motivated to be the best. It’s all about practice, it’s about having motivation and high goals.”

As for the top players who have made the switch from Counter-Strike to Valorant, ScreaM explained that not everyone who has a CS background will find success. “Valorant is a very different game. It’s not because you played CS that you’re going to come and play [well] in Valorant. You still need to practice, and learn the game. It’s very unique and different from Counter Strike.” 

He also shared how he found his own success during his transition period. “I’m a very hard worker as well. I play a lot. I always try to understand my mistakes and try to be the best of myself. That’s the most important thing for me.”

Team Liquid’s roster can only get better

Near the start of the Valorant Champions Tour, Team Liquid shocked the FPS scene by signing an up-and-coming Elias “Jamppi” Olkkonen.

The 19-year-old Finnish player quickly made the switch from competing in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to Valorant. In a short amount of time, Team Liquid were able to conquer the European region.

“I think we still have [room to progress] with Jamppi. He’s quite new to the game,” said ScreaM.

“Right now, it’s way better than in the beginning, but he still has a couple of things to learn. [The rate of his progression] goes up every time. He gets better every time. He has a lot of potential. We enjoy it, and we’re going to try to progress in every game we play. It’s a constant [state of progression].”

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