Gambit Esports defeated Team Envy and won the second international Valorous Masters. The Russian all-star team secured the championship with a 3-0 win. Many Valorant analysts predicted a closer game between the two teams after their semi-final wins over 100Thievies and G2 Esports. The finals, on the other hand, were decidedly one-sided, with Gambit Esports sweeping all three cards in Bo5 format.
Team Envy and Gambit Esports faced each other in the first game on Bind. Both teams played well in the first half, with Envy losing a few points in the end, but still two points ahead and a 7-5 final score. Gambit Esports played an excellent defense in the second half, denying the Envy players any leeway. They slowly choked Envy and won in overtime.
In the second game, Haven entered the fight. Team Envy was relentless in the first half, scoring eight points in the second half. Gambit Esports, on the other hand, had other plans. They slowly choked Team Envy on their attacking half and rallied from a 4-8 card deficit to win the card out of nowhere. Gambit Esports countered FNS’s poor pick from Killjoy in the second half. Using reconnaissance and guard skills, they were able to thwart Yay’s operator while smartly spinning.
The third and final game took place in Split and was very similar to the other two. Even though the game started on the map favoring the defense, Team Envy was unable to use their position and the first half ended in a 6-6 draw. In the attack half, Gambit Esports simply outperformed Envy Gaming as the latter could only step in and plant three times while watching Gambit take control of the map, series, and championship with ease.
In addition to winning the grand prize of $ 225,800, Gambit Esports also qualified for the 2021 Valorant Championship, which will be held at the end of the year.
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