5 VALORANT Teams to watch out in VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin 2021. VCT Masters Berlin is around the corner and it’s going to be the very second Valorant LAN event, right after the stage 2 Masters Reykjavik. The event has an even greater weightage since along with the Title, it will also guarantee the champions a spot in the major Finals to be played later this year.
16 teams from all over the globe have made their way to Berlin. Here’s a list of all the teams along with the region from which they have qualified for the VALORANT Champions Tour ( VCT) Stage 3 Masters Berlin.
Masters Berlin Regional Representation:
- North America: Sentinels, 100 Thieves, Team Envy
- Europe, Middle East, Africa: G2 Esports, Acend, SuperMassive, Blaze, Gambit Esports.
- Japan: ZETA Division, Crazy Raccoon
- Brazil: Havan Liberty, Keys Stars
- Korea: Vision Strikers, F4Q
- Latin America: KRU Esports
- Southeast Asia: Bren Esports, Paper Rex
Out of these 16 teams, we have filtered out 5 such teams, which we feel the audience should definitely watch out for:
The Champions of the first-ever Valorant LAN event are here, and they will not let anyone break their streak. Their performance has just been an uphill climb, and with the level of synergy they are currently having, the team is looking for nothing but the first place.
2. G2 Esports
For the beasts from Europe, G2 esports is surely a team that can work wonders. Based out of Berlin, the team will surely enjoy greater support from the local audience. (PS: There won’t be a live audience during the event due to safety reasons). The team has been consistently ending tournaments with podium finishes and this momentum is worth keeping an eye on.
3. Crazy Raccoon
This team won hearts in stage 2 Masters. Coming all the way from Japan, the team took a lot of lessons home after the not-so-satisfactory performance in Iceland. Well, this time they are even more prepared, which is totally evident from the recent spike in their performance in several qualifiers and local events. Will Crazy Raccoon redeem their mistakes in Berlin? Answers coming from the 10th of September.
4. Bren Esports
With the entry from South East Asia, Bren Esports is at its peak at the moment and they want to capitalize on this momentum to give a tough fight to their opponents. Viewers unquestionably need to keep an eye on this team to see if this team can hold up to the responsibility of representing geography such as SEA.
5. Vision Strikers
Korean teams have always kept the audience on their toes. This time, it’s going to be vision strikers representing Korea, and looking at their game style and recent performance, they surely bring something unique to the table. But will this quirky style help them crush the best in the game? we’ll have to wait and watch.
This was a comprehensive write-up for the audience who hope to be entertained from every entry of the tournament. The entire community is going to witness a lot of interesting stuff throughout the month-long event.
Esports gen will be covering the A to Z of the tournament and we hope to see you soon.