FunPlus Phoenix won the VCT Masters 2022 at the Forum Copenhagen in Denmark. He approached the fan and shortly after wrapped the blue and yellow banner around his shoulders. One of the most captivating games of VCT 2022 was the one between the top gallant teams from APAC and the EU regions. Given the enormous stakes, none of the teams wanted to concede the game. We had to wait for the entire 5 maps’ conclusion to get our champion with a 3-2 score in favour of FPX. VCT Masters Copenhagen Finals Paper rex
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The fan favourites of Masters Copenhagen and the winners of APAC Stage 2 Challengers, Paper Rex, swept through the top bracket with two straight 2-0 victories and a 2-1 victory. They won the upper bracket and continued to be unbeaten. Contrarily, FunPlus Phoenix had a rocky start to the competition, dropping their opening match 0-2 to Fnatic. By defeating Guild Esports and DRX in the lower brackets, FunPlus Phoenix clawed their way back up. Additionally, they exacted retribution on Fnatic. FPX defeated PRX in the Lower bracket finals to advance to the Grand Finals. VCT Masters Copenhagen Finals
Map 1 was unquestionably biassed. Paper Rex’s famous Yoru pick on Bind did not produce the desired effects. The final score was 13-3, making it the match’s most resounding victory. It was all FPX. Paper rex strongly replied back in the second map of Icebox with a 13-7 score.
By the time Map 4—Haven—arrived, the series was actually quite competitive. The map’s outcome was 13-7, just like in Fracture. As they alternated wins, that meant that both teams had taken both of the other team’s map picks. Breeze, the series’ last map, wasn’t frequently played at Masters Copenhagen. Late in the second half, FPX finally discovered their advantage. The EMEA team was able to win Masters Copenhagen by a score of 13-9 as their advantage extended.
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