LOUD took the Valorant Champions and is the new world champion.

In Turkey he danced LOUD. The Brazilian scratch showed its best face during the Valorant Champions Playoffs and they are champions with only one map lost in this phase. Finalists in Iceland, they had their revenge against the North American team of Optic Gaming, in a real dispute of who would be crowned the best Valorant team in the world in 2022, and 3-1 went to LOUD, securing the cup and 300 thousand dollars as a reward. But it was not something that came from heaven.

LOUD took the Valorant Champions and is the new world champion.

Since the formation of the team, in January of this year, LOUD registers only 4 losses in professional games: 3 of them were against Optic (0-3 in the final of the Reykjavik Masters; 1-2 in the group stage of the Reykjavik Masters). Copenhagen; and 1-2 in the World Cup groups in Istanbul) and the rest against KRÜ Esports, in Denmark, by 1-2. And in total they register 30 victories, which have rarely managed to get even a map out of him. Less if he plays Ascent, where LOUD feels more comfortable, winning 19 of the 20 times he played. Although Optic almost did not add another defeat to them: at the start of the final, the North Americans were ahead 12-8, and LOUD not only managed to tie, but would win the first point in Extra Time with a 15-13, with a Sacy on-fire finishing with 32 kills for and 15 kills. Bind would be a formality for Optic and they equalized the series with a 13-6, to once again have a two-way map in Icebox, where the Brazilians would also take it in Extra Time by 16-14. The “Point for Championship” was defined in Haven, and after a couple first half with LOUD winning in defense 7-5, the attack would be overwhelming for Optic and they would have no chance, without being able to take a round, and LOUD screaming champion after a forceful 13-5.

Although this World Cup was not for KRÜ, eliminated in Groups, nor for Leviathan, who started very well but ended up crossing over to the future and previous champion in the Playoffs, we can celebrate for Matias “saadhak” Delipetro, the In-Game Leader of LOUD , which carries a part of the cup for Argentina.

Source: www.ole.com.ar

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