Valorant Masters Madrid 2024
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eSports Betting News

In a nail-biting playoff match at VALORANT Champions Tour 2024: Masters Madrid, Sentinels clashed with LOUD in a showdown that saw Sentinels emerge victorious with a 2-1 (13-4, 12-14, 14-12) win.

This win secures a top-three placement for Sentinels in their first international event of the year, a feat credited to the team’s impeccable execution of their game plan under the guidance of their coaching staff.

The match showcased remarkable performances, with Sentinels’ Mohamed “johnqt” Amine Ouarid leading the charge with 57 kills and serving as the in-game leader (IGL), while LOUD’s Arthur “tuyz” Vieira and Cauan “cauanzin” Pereira put up a strong fight with 51 kills each.

Sentinels displayed dominance on the map Split, a surprise to spectators as LOUD allowed it to be played despite Sentinels’ proficiency on the map.

Tyson “TenZ” Van Ngo and Zachary “zekken” Jude Patrone’s exceptional gameplay drew comparisons to legendary sports duo Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant.

The momentum swung in Sentinels’ favor as they secured a convincing 13-4 victory on Split, with a standout performance from Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro who achieved a remarkable 1.60 rating.

However, LOUD showcased resilience on their pick of Icebox, leading to a tense back-and-forth battle that ultimately ended in overtime, where LOUD managed to tie the match 1-1.

In a thrilling deciding map on Sunset, Sentinels faced initial setbacks but staged an impressive comeback, clinching a 14-12 victory in overtime with clutch plays from Tenz and johnqt.

With this win, Sentinels advances to the upper-bracket final to face Gen.G, setting the stage for an anticipated showdown between the tournament’s top controllers, Tenz and Kim “Karon” Won-tae.

Meanwhile, LOUD faces Paper Rex in an elimination match, where the stakes are high for both teams.

In another matchup, Gen.G secured a decisive 2-0 (13-8, 13-9) victory against Paper Rex, securing a top-three placement at VCT Masters Madrid.

Gen.G’s impressive eight-game win streak continues, positioning them as strong contenders for the tournament title.

Gen.G showcased dominance on Split, maintaining their winning strategy with a double-duellist, double-controller composition.

Kim “Lakia” Jong-min’s standout performance with Skye played a pivotal role in Gen.G’s success.

Moving on to the map Lotus, Gen.G maintained their momentum with a strong start, eventually closing out the map with a 13-9 victory.

Byeon “Munchkin” Sang-beom attributed their success to meticulous pre-game preparation and a resilient team attitude in the face of pressure.

As the tournament progresses, all eyes are on Sentinels and Gen.G as they continue their quest for the championship title, while other teams like LOUD and Paper Rex fight to stay in the competition.

Friday’s VCT Masters Madrid series

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