After defeating Velocity Gaming in the APAC LCQ, Global Esports is set to represent India in the APAC Last Chance Qualifiers.
Global Esports defeated Velocity Gaming in the finals of the Valorant Conquerors Championship (VCC) 2021 in a nail-biting battle. With this victory, Global Esports is destined to represent India in the APAC Last Chance Qualifiers 2021.
The B05 format was used at the VALORANT Conquerors Championship Grand Finals. After a series of back-and-forth, Global Esports eventually outshined Velocity Gaming and won the VCC trophy with a final score of 3-2.
The opening map, picked by Global, was won by Velocity Gaming 13-10. They got the series off to a good start with a win, and they clearly revealed the holes in Global’s defense.
On Haven, Global Esports leveled the playing field by winning the Velocity map pick in a close encounter. Hellf had a tremendous game, but it wasn’t enough to catapult VLT to the top of the rankings, and the series moved on to GE’s selection of Breeze.
VLT got off to a great start on the Breeze map, winning the first half 8-4. This is the third time these two teams have clashed on Breeze, and the game, like the previous two, went into overtime.
However, unlike the previous two instances, Global Esports won and took the second map with a 15-13 score.
This was a make-or-break map for Velocity Gaming, and they delivered. Despite a 6-6 deadlock in the first half, Velocity Gaming was able to take control of the second half and win the map with a 13-9 score.
Then it’s on to Ascent, the final map, where both sides feel at ease. Velocity Gaming appeared to have the series and map under control with a dominant 9-3 halftime lead.
GE, on the other hand, had a different plan, refocusing the game on defense and not allowing Velocity Gaming to win a single offensive round, winning the game 3-2 and the map 13-9.
Global Esports Will Attend the APAC LCQ
Global Esports will represent South Asia in the Asia-Pacific Last Chance Qualifiers for VALORANT Champions, the end-of-year global LAN involving teams from all around the world that represents the pinnacle of Professional VALORANT.
LCQ Format in APAC
Ten Asian teams will compete in the APAC Last Chance Qualifier for a single spot at Champions. To select who will represent the region at Champions, Southeast Asian, South Asian VCC, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese teams will compete in a double-elimination tournament.
Each of the five sub-regions will be assigned a number of team slots at the LCQ, which will be awarded to the teams with the most VCT points in the region who have not yet qualified for the event, or, in regions where VCT points were not awarded, the top-performing teams from the largest events to date.
LCQ Team Allocation:
- Southeast Asia – 3
- China – 2
- Korea – 2
- Japan – 2
- South Asia – 1
The LCQ tournament will be held from October 13 to 17, with more information on the format to be released closer to the event.
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