To be honest, if he liked valorant more as a game he wouldn't have considered a return to cs last year since he was getting good bag (hypothetically more than in Liquid CS:GO) and his team was amongst the best in his region. To give that position up and jump ship in hopes of making it work makes it clear as day to me that his passion is in CS:GO, but given the circumstances of his life and career, he went with the game that would give him more stability and more success, and that is 100% valorant. Less traveling, more bag secured and can engage more in top tier competition than in CS. Understandable and most importantly wise decision, but it doesn't say much. Michael Jordan also started playing golf daily after retiring from the NBA, now ask him if he prefers golf over basketball.