India’s most loved Valorant team, Velocity Gaming has won the 4th edition of LG Ultragear TEC Challenger Series by defeating Noble Esports. This is the third win (3-2) grabbed by the team in the five-month-long series. Though Velocity Gaming is one of the best team of India ever produced. The squad were compelled to fight hard against Noble Esports to grab the title.
The first map of the finals was Bind which Velocity Gaming won by 13-9. Noble Esports came back strong in the round 2 of the game and defeated its opponent by 13-8 in Haven.
The complete match wasn’t dominated by any particular team due to the alternate game wins by the squads. The game 3 of the grand finals was won by Velocity Gaming (13-10) giving them a 2-1 lead in the match. Velocity Gaming was looking for one more win to confirm their title but team Noble made them run for each point in the fourth game. Noble Esports took the match into the last game by winning game 4 (13-8).
The viewers saw some intense skills and gameplay from both the squads in the last game of the grand finals. Although Velocity gaming managed to take away the last round (13-6) and won the LG Ultragear TEC Challenger Series IV.
ABOUT THE EVENT
The LG Ultragear TEC Challenger Series Powered by JBL Quantum Gaming Headsets & AMD is a five-month-long series which features the best Valorant teams around the region. This five-month log series started in August which had a culminated prize pool of INR 7,50,000 with INR 1,50,000 for each month, per tournament. After a partnership with Lenovo, The prize pool of the series increased from INR 7,50,000 to INR 9,00,000. Let’s take a look at the previous winners of the series.
- Series I – Velocity Gaming
- Series II – Velocity Gaming
- Series III – Team Tamilas
The last edition of the Challenger series is scheduled to start from December 2020 which will have a prize pool of INR 2,00,000.