Global Esports is All set to Represent India in APAC Last Chance Qualifiers defeating Velocity Gaming. Global Esports defeated Velocity gaming in the finals of Valorant Conquerors championship (VCC) 2021 in a nerve-ending match, With this win Global Esports is all set to represent India in Apac Last chance qualifiers 2021. VALORANT Conquerors Championship Grand finals have been played in B05 format. Where after series of back and forth, Global Esports finally outshined Velocity gaming and took the VCC trophy with a final score of 3-2.
Velocity Gaming won the first map, which was chosen by Global, 13-10. They got off to a solid start in the series with a victory, and they obviously exposed the flaws in Global’s defense. Global Esports, on the other hand, leveled the playing field on Haven, winning the Velocity map pick in a close battle. Hellf had a fantastic game, but it wasn’t enough to propel VLT over the map, and the series proceeded on to GE’s choice of Breeze.
In the Breeze map, VLT got out to a fast start and closed the half with an 8-4 score. This is the third time these two teams have fought on Breeze, and like the previous two times, the game went into overtime. However, unlike the other two times, Global Esports managed to win and grab the second map with a 15-13 score.
For Velocity Gaming, this was a make-or-break map, and they delivered. Despite the fact that the first half ended in a 6-6 tie, Velocity Gaming was able to take control of the second half and win the map with a 13-9 score.
Then it’s on to the final map, Ascent, where both teams are at ease. With a commanding 9-3 halftime lead, Velocity Gaming appeared to have the series and map under control. GE, on the other hand, had different ideas, putting the game back on their own defense and not letting Velocity Gaming win a single round on the offensive side, winning the game 3-2 and the map 13-9.
Global Esports is Going to APAC LCQ
Global Esports will represent South Asia in the Asia-Pacific Last Chance Qualifiers for VALORANT Champions, the end-of-year global LAN featuring teams from all around the world, the apex of Professional VALORANT.
APAC LCQ Format
Ten teams from Asia will participate in the APAC Last Chance Qualifier for a single berth at Champions. Southeast Asian, South Asian VCC, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese teams will compete in a double-elimination tournament to determine who will represent the region at Champions.
Each of the five sub-regions will be allocated a certain number of team slots at the LCQ, which will be awarded to the teams with the most VCT points in the region who have not yet qualified for the event, or, in regions where VCT points were not awarded, the top-performing teams from the largest events to date.
LCQ Team Allocation:
- Southeast Asia – 3
- China – 2
- Korea – 2
- Japan – 2
- South Asia – 1
The LCQ tournament will be held from October 13 to 17, with more information on the format to be released closer to the event.