VCT Masters Berlin 2021: Let’s Know About Vision Strikers, Why they are Tough Contenders for VCT trophy? Vision Strikers is a South Korean esports team. After Valorant’s debut, the organization was founded. The Korean representative currently has only the Valorant and WarCraft 3 kits. Players from the old CS: GO team MVP PK make up the Valorant squad of Vision Strikers, Korea’s strongest team. The three names of the team, who have also seen some personnel changes, have maintained their spot on the team. Efina and Lakia split up shortly after the cast was announced. Later on, Lakia was re-inducted into the squad.
Vision Strikers was consolidating its supremacy in Korea as Valorant’s esports scene grew. In the inaugural official competition, First Strike Korea, the winning team was crowned champion. Vision Strikers’ outstanding visuals continued with the unveiling of the VCT. The Korean representative had a 100-game winning run under his belt. Before Masters 2, the team that won the first Masters competition was hoping for a surprise.
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This successful squad was almost defeated and lost twice in the Masters 2 qualifications. They were unable to qualify for the first LAN tournament, Masters 2 – Reykjavik, as a result of these two losses. After the team’s defeat, Kim ” radiance ” Min-soo, the team’s most experienced player, retired and joined the coaching staff. This excellent team has a large number of members. The cast is made up of six people, and the coaching staff is made up of three people.
- Kim “ stax ” Gu-taek
- Goo “ Rb ” Sang Min
- Lee “ k1ng ” Seung-won
- Yu “ BuZz ” Byung-chul
- Kim “ Mako ” Myeong-kwan
- Kim “ Lakia ” Jong-min
Achievements of the team So Far
- Clan Masters 2020 championship
- AfreecaTV Asia Showdown title
- Epulzu Royal SEA Cup champion
- AW Extreme Masters Asia Invitational title
- First Strike Korea championship
- VCT Stage 1 Challengers 1 win
- VCT Stage 1 Challengers 2 win
- VCT Tier 1 Masters 1 title
- VCT Stage 3 Challengers playoffs winner