VCL SA Split 1 Winner: Orangutan defeated Gods Reign and was crowned champions: After more than a month and continuous hustle of ten teams in VCL South Asia Split 1, we have finally got our champion. Along with the trophy they also received a massive share of the $40k prize pool. Orangutan Gaming has been crowned as the winner of VCL SA split 1 after defeating God’s Reign in the grand finals. God Reign failed to secure even a single map against Orangutan as they lost 0-3.
It’s official!💥 Congratulations to #APEARMY @orangutan_gg for becoming the Split 1 Champions!🏅
Split 2 Coming up soon!🤩
Stay tuned for updates..#UnleashChaos #VCTSA #NodwinGaming #VCT2023 #VCTSAonLoco #valorant pic.twitter.com/6Y07CkwIz0
— NODWIN Gaming (@NodwinGaming) April 23, 2023
VCL SA Split 1 Winner: Orangutan defeated Gods Reign and crowned champions
Overall standings and prize pool distribution
- Orangutan – $ 14,000
- God’s Reign – $ 8,000
- True Rippers – $ 6,000
- Aster Army – $ 4,000
- Reckoning Esports – $ 2,000
- Velocity Gaming – $ 2,000
While Velocity Gaming’s early exit from the playoffs may have been unexpected, other outcomes were somewhat predictable. Orangutan gaming, for instance, continued to demonstrate why they are the undisputed king of the circuit with their impressive gameplay and strategic moves. They have consistently dominated their opponents and proved their worth as a top-tier team.
Moreover, teams like Aster Army and Reckoning Esports also put up an impressive show, displaying their skills and teamwork throughout the stages. With such fierce competition and talent on display, the Valorant South circuit is sure to keep the audiences engaged and entertained for many more tournaments to come.
Gear up for VCL South Asia split 2: Ascension slot on the line
Just as the excitement of Split 1 concludes, fans of the Valorant South circuit have little time to catch their breath as Split 2 is already on the horizon. This time, the stakes are even higher, as the winning team will have the opportunity to represent their organization and region at the highly anticipated VALORANT Challengers Ascension 2023: Pacific. With a prize pool of $100,000, which is more than double that of Split 1, the competition is bound to be intense.
The qualifiers for Split 2 will commence on April 29th and will run through to May 11th. Keep up to date with all the latest news and updates on this exciting event by following Esportsgen. The Valorant South circuit is heating up, and it’s not one to be missed!
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