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ANUBIS Gaming wins Red Bull Campus Clutch: Global VALORANT University Tournament

ANUBIS Gaming wins Red Bull VALORANT Campus Clutch World Finals
ANUBIS Gaming wins Red Bull VALORANT Campus Clutch World Finals

ANUBIS Gaming wins Red Bull Campus Clutch: Global VALORANT University Tournament. Red Bull Campus Clutch is the biggest VALORANT tournament at the university level in the world. In over 400 events around the world, the tournament includes more than 25,000 participants from over 50 countries. Teams that won the National Finals competed online between June 3rd and June 6th in a knockout round. Two days of the Knockout Round Finals took place on June 5th & 6th, which was live-streamed on Red Bull channels.

The winning teams of the Knockout Round traveled to Madrid for an epic World Final starting on July 17th and concluded today, July 18th. It was a Winner takes all tournament with a prize pool of €20,000 or approximately INR 18,00,000. AOC, Intel, and Steelseries were among the companies that presented the event.

VALORANT Campus Clutch World Finals: A total of 12 teams around the globe qualify for the finals happened in Madrid, Spain.

  1. Platoon (Belarus)
  2. Maxd (Pakistan)
  3. PXL Esports (Belgium)
  4. BTR (Canada)
  5. VAC Kimchi (South Korea)
  6. Mama’s Boys (New Zealand)
  7. Bedel Ödeyenler (Turkey)
  8. DLL (Spain)
  9. Project S Portugal)
  10. Anubis Gaming (Egypt)
  11. Bay Arean Vandals (United States of America)
  12. Cataclysm (Peru)

Final Day of Red Bull Campus Clutch: Global Valorant University Tournament.

Match 1: Semi-Finals (BTR versus Anubis Gaming)

The day’s action kicked off with a battle between BTR (Canada) and Anubis Gaming (Egypt). In this best of three matches, Anubis won 2-0. Anubis won 13-10 on the Ascent Map in the second match. The first match took place on Breeze Map, which Anubis won 13-11.

Match 2: Semi-Finals (VAC Kimchi versus Project S) 

The second-best match started between VAC Kimchi (South Korea) and Project S (Portugal). Project S won 2-1 in this best-of-three match. Project S defeated VAC Kimchi 13-8 on the Split map, while VAC Kimchi defeated Project S 13-10 on the Haven map. A 13-7 victory for Project S on Ascent determined the overall winner.

Match 3: Grand Finale (Anubis Gaming versus Project S) 

This was the best match tournament witnessed so far. As the winner of this €20,000 winner takes all match, Anubis Gaming won 3-2. During the first match, Project S won 13-8 on the Blind Map. On the Icebox map, Project S won 13-0 which proved their utter dominance, and they were also one match behind before winning the prize pool.

Nonetheless, Anubis Gaming made a strong comeback and won on Ascent Map 13-2. Another win for Anubis Gaming was on the Breeze Map, winning 13-8. In the deciding match, Anubis Gaming dominated the Spilt Map. A 13-3 victory won them the championship and €20,000 in prize money.

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  1. GG WP, it was amazing comeback from Anubis <3

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