I'm the newest Valorant fanboy and really started getting into the game. One of my favorite strategies to get better at ANY video game is to watch the best players/creators to try to replicate their gameplay. Hiko has been around the competitive gaming scene forever and is a forever CS:GO professional (Counter Strike: Global Offensive - which was released in 2012 and has one of the largest and most loyal fan bases. It is extremely popular for its competitive gameplay).
Aside from Hiko's ridiculous aim, watch this prediction. To explain what's going on, think of Valorant like Call of Duty's Search and Destroy. The premise is essentially the same. One team is trying to plant a bomb (called a spike in Valorant), while the other team is defending.
This is where the CS:GO twist gets added into Valorant. Before each round, the game's economy lets you purchase weapons, abilities and shield. The more money you have, the more equipment you can buy to give your team and bigger advantage. If you do not die after a round, you keep the same gun you have. You earn more money by playing more rounds and performing better. More kills, more round wins = more money for you and your teammates. I don't want to dive too deep into the economy, but it's important for this clip.
Prior to the round starting, Hiko notices the enemy team is low on money. Therefore, he determines they'll try to do a quick push on B. He reads this prior to it happening, then calls his shot by saying the upper pillar will give him the best angle and snipes an enemy within 3 seconds. Very impressive to say the least.
Gametime is getting more into Valorant, if you see any clips you want me to break down, shoot me a tweet!