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VCT 2023 LOCK//IN Grand Finals: Fnatic Defeated Loud to Win their First Global VCT Trophy

VCT 2023 LOCK//IN Grand Finals: Fnatic Defeated Loud in Grand Finals

VCT 2023 LOCK//IN Grand Finals: Fnatic Defeated Loud to Win their First Global VCT Trophy: The VCT LOCK//IN final between LOUD and Fnatic was an incredible match and could be considered one of the best in Valorant’s history. It almost broke the game’s viewership record. Fnatic won their first VCT trophy by beating LOUD 3-2 in LOUD’s home country of Brazil. As a result, the EMEA region will now have an additional slot at VCT Masters Japan. Leo was named the MVP of the Grand Final due to his excellent performance, which included clutch plays, skilled use of utilities, and accurate kills. Fnatic defeated Loud VCT 2023 LOCK//IN Grand Finals

Fnatic was comfortable on the very first map of the match, thanks to a standout performance from the young Leo on Sova who bragged a total of 23 kills and emerged as team MVP, Loud was only able to secure 8 rounds in total. With this Fnatic secured the first map of Haven with a 13- 8 score and also secured a 1-0 lead in the B05 contest.

During the Fracture map in the VCT LOCK//IN final, Fnatic showcased their impressive defensive skills. Although the first half ended with a tied score of 6-6, Fnatic dominated LOUD’s attack side in the second half and only gave up one bonus round. LOUD struggled to execute their plans as Fnatic repeatedly shut them down with ease. Fnatic defeated Loud

In a critical match for Loud, Fnatic had already won the first two maps and the tension in the audience was palpable. Despite this, Loud managed to win the third map of Split and keep the competition alive. They handed Fnatic their first map loss of this Bo5 winning the map 13-9.

Although LOUD fell behind 0-3 at the beginning, they executed a fantastic attack strategy by winning several close post-plant situations and eventually taking the lead 7-5 at half-time. However, their exceptional gameplay was displayed during their defense, where they utilized their resources wisely to deplete the time and pressure Fnatic into making hasty decisions. In the end, LOUD won their second consecutive map, triumphing over Fnatic with a score of 13-8.

The final map of the grand finals took place on Icebox, and it lived up to the expectations of a match between two elite teams. Loud took control of the game in the first half, dominating Fnatic with a score of 9-3. However, the famous 9-3 curse struck and Fnatic put on one of the most impressive comebacks in the history of the Valorant Champions tour. They battled back and managed to force overtime, ultimately winning the final map with a score of 14-12 to secure their victory in the grand finals.

Fnatic has finally claimed the coveted trophy they have been tirelessly striving for. The majority of their roster members have lifted their very first trophy, which undoubtedly adds an extra layer of excitement to their monumental victory. However, Chronicle’s remarkable achievement deserves special mention as he has now made history by becoming the first ever VALORANT player to secure two different international VCT trophies. With this hard-earned title, Fnatic also takes home a cash prize of 100,000 USD, cementing their place as champions of the grand finals.

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Ashish Jha
Ashish is a passionate writer in the gaming and esports industry, and an Anime geek, fueled by coding, coffee, and late-night game sessions.

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