Version 1 Zellsis suspended from VCT | Valorant boosting raises in the US
Drama struck the Valorant competitive esports community 2 days ago when Riot declared Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro guilty of offending a tournament referee during the competition. Fan speculation has gone as far as believing the N word was said to something worse. For now it’s just speculation but let’s get to the facts. Valorant VALORANT Champions Tour 2021: Stage 2 Masters - Reykjavík happened 2 weeks ago and Sentinels was crowded as the champions. Version 1 had a good run for a team that was bringing a sub they even beat Liquid and other teams but end up falling short to Nuturn the korean sensation team that finished top 3 and later to Fnatic in the lower bracket. When and why we do not know but during the tournament Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro throw severe offenses at the tournament official. This shocked the esports community but the question that everyone is asking is why just now? Why isn’t he suspended during the tournament?
The ruling and its meaning
Riot claims Zellsis violated rule 7.1.2 of the Global Competition Policy, which requires players to “observe the highest standards of personal integrity and good sportsmanship at all times.” According to their ruling, Zellsis “made a categorically offensive and discriminatory remark about a tournament official,”. The player has decided to come forward and confess and say that his behaviour will change from now on so no lawyer or further issues were needed. The dispute ended there opposed to Jay “Sinatra “ Won that brought it one step further Zelsis simply said that he regrets and is apologizes.Version 1 will now have to face it’s most important stage yet with a sub. Will they pull it off? We do not think, it will be the second sub in a 2 month period, they start this race in a disadvantage that will be costly. You can find the full statement here:
I want to apologize to the Riot staff for making an inappropriate remark in Iceland. I take responsibility for my actions and will learn from this mistake. I’m sorry to my teammates for putting them in this position. Will be taking a few days off social media. I will be better.
Valorant boosting raises in the US
CSGO lost a lot of people to Valorant in Europe but without a doubt NA was the most affected territory. Most pros quit for the game and with that they bring their communities with them.The most evident case of this is the North American pro scene that is falling apart. With that a lot of our CSGO Boosting clients are switching over to Valorant while the opposite is not really a thing. From the most popular services we have been experiencing a spike in Valorant Rank Boosting, Valorant Placements Games boost and Valorant Win Boosting. Is this a trend that will continue? Or will there be a drop in the game popularity down the road? Will Riot boost Valorant even further? Iceland Masters reached 1 M peak concurrent viewers. What will Valve counter this, that’s the question everyone is asking.
Maybe you can read
ValorantValorant Jett nerfed to the ground, skye changed kayo buffed
Last week after the Valorant world championship that ended with an EMEA team winning it all in Gambit showed that the game has severe problems that...
ValorantGambit becomes VALORANT World Champions! VALORANT Champions Tour 2021: Stage 3 Masters - Berlin Grand Finals
VALORANT Champions Tour 2021: Stage 3 Masters - Berlin Grand Finals the world's most prestigious Valorant event in the world conclude today with a...
ValorantValorant Champions Tour Stage 3 Masters Day 1, 2 and 3
Valorant Champions Tour Stage 3 Masters Berlin kicked off and what a series of games we had the chance to see! The matches went mostly how we have...
ValorantVALORANT NEW ACT, new map, new season, new zed skins collaboration, new battlepass | FRACTURE | Patch Notes 3.05
Valorant new season came out with a blast! This new act is as hot as it gets with a full new map in H shape that is making the community go wild not...
ValorantValorant Vision Strikers made it to the world stage after 1 year
The team with the amazing 100-1 streak that failed the qualification to Masters Iceland in Reykjavik has returned this time more humble than before,...