Valorant Champions Tour Stage 2 Masters Reykjavik Power Rankings Part 2
On this part two of the Valorant Champions Tour Stage 2 Masters Reykjavik Power Rankings we will cover teams #7,#6 and #5. Valorant was a huge success when it launched; now Riot wants to capitalize on it by going international with events and a circuit similar to “Worlds” in League of Legends. In the last days we were impressed with the amount of Valorant boosting services that were brought. Is it all hype for Masters 2? The event will be played in Iceland, Reykjavik with a total of 10 teams, the winner will essentially be a “world champion” but they are saving that title for “CHAMPIONS” the equivalent of Worlds in League of Legends. Riot managed to turn something bad into something good and made a huge hit by taking CSGO basics and mixing them with Overwatch. It’s tactical shooter and hero shooter combined which boosts the best of both. Today we are going to do part 2 of our poweranking. We hope you like!
#7 Crazy Raccoon
Crazy Raccoon did exceptionally well in their region by beating Absolute Juptier the great favorites to win it all. This team mixes the best Japan and Korea has to offer so a lot of people expect them to surprise at Iceland. I have my doubts but I still think they can be above #6, simply I have to put them here for what they have shown. This team boosts great players. Years of experience in Valorant Boosting are key and we know this region is not particular the greatest at it so we will have to wait and see how this turns out to be!
#7 Version 1
Now I know I will be criticized about this but as a Valorant boosting expert with over 1 year of Valorant rank boosting (Yes we also boosted valorant accounts in Beta) I think I know a thing or two about this topic. At first Vision 1 should be considered a force to be reckoned with and I give you that. The team mixes talent from North America and they did beat teams that were supposed to be in Iceland like Cloud 9 or Envy they also borough Sentinels to a BO3 but then tragedy struck. Maxim "wippie" Shepelev is unable to compete due to failing to secure a visa. This news shocked the american scene and as you may know going with a sub does all the difference. The amount of training that went under way with one player to switch to another 1 week before the lan? That’s bad. Now the replacement Jamal "jammyz" Bangas will have to learn everything within 1 week before the tournament starts. Do you still think I am putting them too low? Think again.
#5 Team Vikings
Brazilian CSGO is good, we all know it. They even won Majors. Brazilian Valorant is not worse. Believe me I’m putting Vikings in 5th but they can go above and beyond. This team is just amazing. Our Valorant Win Boosting expert (KeyboosT) is from Brazil and he had this to say: “Vikings is an all rounded team, they strive for perfection and are good aimers but also boost some amazing comms. Boosting this team further is a coach that is among the best in the world if not the best”
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