Who won VALORANT Champions 2021?
Acend boosting ascencion as the best team in the world made his final debut in the grand absolute final of last sunday become not only the best team in the world but also the first “Valorant” champion in the history of the game with a class act finish against the mighty Gambit Esports in the grand finals of Champions the event that culminate the Valorant Championship Tour was an absolute banger for the game’s first tournament circuit. The grand final was full of emotion and took place in the amazing Verti Music Hall in Berlin the game not only was poggers but also went to five maps in a best-of-five format and had to be decided in a final fith map with Acend clutching the victory on the map Split, with a score of 3-2.
VALORANT Champions breaks viewership record
Valorant boosting it's views is no news nowadays but according to Esports Charts the VALORANT Champions grand final had a 1,089,068 peak viewers as of 1.30 p.m EST on Sunday. The previous record-holder was Saturday’s set of matches between KRÜ Esports and Gambit Esports. Although most didn't expect the KRU vs Gambit game being beaten the large reason for this increase in viewership are the Twitch drops that were sent live during VALORANT Champions grand final. To win these prizes, viewers will had to connect their account. Would you consider this cheating for views? Well say what you want but the drops included the amazing VCT 2021 Spark Spray and a VCT 2021 Spark Buddy so they were worth it!
The final of an amazing year
Gambit Esports and Acend are no uknowns for Europe fans and Gambit Esports even claim temporaraly the title of best in the world afte Masters Berlin to get to that final both teams went through hell. Acend beat Team Secret, Team Liquid, and Envy to get to the grand final. every match was a sweep but the enemies were strong. Gambit Esports stumble a bit as they went 2-1 against KRÜ Esports, X10 Crit and Team Vikings. Acend took home $350,000; Gambit will receive $150,000. The semifinal losers, Latin American team KRÜ Esports and Europe’s Team Liquid, walk away with $90,000 each. The Valorant Champions was a year-long series of tournaments and qualifiers only the 16 teams best teams in the world could reach the final event, the event was inclusive and had teams from North America, South America, Latin America, Africa, Middle East, Korea, Southeast Asia, Japan, Europe, Turkey and CIS countries. All this teams were representing the game of Valorant that has grown a lot in the last year.
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