After their first loss at VCT Masters Reykjavik, esports.gg's Rohan Samal spoke with Team Liquid Dom "soulcas" Sulcas about the loss, their performance and more.
The first edition of the Valorant Champions Tour Masters will be in Iceland, seated in Reykjavik once more.
Both the Vandal and Phantom have been mainstays in the VALROANT gun meta since the game's inception. What has caused these two weapons to switch in priority so often?
While a number of factors meant the tournament was always going to do well, these numbers are massive. What do they mean for the game's future, and can VALORANT keep it up?
Version1 put up a respectable performance at Masters Reykjavik. Ultimately being defeated by Fnatic, we had a chance to interview Effys and reflect on the team's performance in Iceland.
Fnatic took down NUTURN to earn the second spot in the big match. The Korean roster exits the tournament in third place, while the grand finals begin tomorrow at 1 PM EST/7 PM CET.
Fnatic send Team Liquid packing after a dominant 2-0 performance. Boaster and co. will now face Nuturn Gaming in the lower bracket finals even as Team Liquid exits VCT Masters Reykjavik in the fourth place.
VALORANT's most notorious one-tapper, Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom sat down after Team Liquid's win versus Vikings to talk the event thus far and their upcoming match against Fnatic.