Skyesports Souvenir Valorant

Global Esports won the AMD Skyesports Souvenir Valorant LAN Championship

Global Esports won the Grand Finals against Enigma Gaming to become the champions of the AMD Skyesports Souvenir Valorant LAN Championship. They won the grand finals with a scoreline of 3-0 in a best of five series.

Skyesports Souvenir Valorant LAN Championship was the first LAN Valorant LAN event in the South Asian region since the game’s launch. The LAN event took place in Mumbai with a limited audience, but the organizers live streamed it on YouTube and Rooter. 

AMD Skyesports Souvenir Valorant LAN Championship Grand Finals

The championship started on the 30th of April and lasted for four days. The group stage of the championship took place on the first three days, and the Grand Finals took place on the last day. Four teams competed in the group stages, however, only two could qualify for the Grand Finals.

Teams in group stages

Global Esports (India)

Enigma Gaming (India)

Velocity Gaming (India)

Team Snakes (Pakistan)

From the group stages, Global Esports and Enigma Gaming qualified for the grand finals of the championship. Let’s have a look at the Grand Final.

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Souvenir Valorant LAN Championship Grand Final Match

Global Esports banned Icebox and picked Fracture and Haven in the Map Veto process. On the other hand, Enigma Gaming banned Breeze and picked Bind and Split. The last map, Ascent, was the decider map for the best of five series.

Map No. 1: Bind

The match started with Bind, where Global Esports dominated the first half with GE 11-1 EG scoreline. However, Enigma Gaming managed to win four more rounds in the second half, but Global Esports won the map with GE 13-5 EG scoreline.

Global Esports led the best of five series with an overall score of 1-0 after the first map.

Map No. 2: Fracture

Fracture was the second map. The first half of Fracture ended with a GE 9-3 EG scoreline. Enigma Gaming secured three more rounds in the second half, but Global Esports won the map with GE 13-6 EG scoreline. After the second map, Global Esports led the best of five series with an overall score of 2-0.

Map No. 3: Split

The best five series ended with the third map split, as Global Esports won three consecutive maps. Unlike the first two maps, the third map was quite close, finishing with three overtimes. However, Global Esports triumphed and won the third map too. With the third map, Global Esports won the grand finals, too, with a scoreline of GE 3-0 EG.

The last two maps, Haven and Ascent, were not played as Global Esports secured to win consecutive three maps, leaving Enigma Gaming no chance to win the series.

Since the beginning, global Esports has been a dominant name in the Indian Valorant Esports community. They have proved themselves as the best South Asian Valorant team time and time again.

After winning the AMD Skyesports Souvenir Valorant LAN Championship, they have advanced to Skyesports Valorant Champions Series, where all the South Asian teams will compete for their slots in the VCT APAC Stage 2 Challengers.

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