Valorant Masters Madrid 2024
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In a day filled with intense matchups at the VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT) Masters Madrid, LOUD and Paper Rex emerged as the victors, showcasing their prowess in tactical gameplay and individual skill.

LOUD, coming off a disappointing loss to Gen.G, faced off against China’s FunPlus Phoenix.

Despite a shaky start, LOUD managed to secure a convincing 2-0 victory, dominating their map pick of Sunset with a 13-5 score line.

Despite FPX’s unconventional compositions, LOUD’s aggressive defensive pressure and superior utility usage proved too much for their opponents.

Matias “Saadhak” Delipetro’s exceptional performance stood out, leading LOUD to victory with impeccable gameplay.

The second map, Breeze, presented a tougher challenge for LOUD as FPX fought back fiercely, led by Kale “autumn” Dunne’s standout performance on Yoru.

However, LOUD’s depth and adaptability ultimately secured them a hard-fought 13-11 victory, with saadhak once again shining as a key player.

In the second match of the VCT Masters Madrid, Paper Rex clashed with Team Heretics in a tense battle that went down to the wire.

Despite initial struggles, Paper Rex managed to clinch a 2-1 victory, displaying their trademark scrappiness and individual playmaking.

On their map pick of Sunset, Paper Rex showcased resilience and key individual plays, particularly from Cahya “Monyet” Nugraha, whose clutch plays turned the tide in their favour.

Despite a valiant effort from Heretics, Paper Rex’s strong defensive performance secured them a 13-10 win.

However, Heretics fought back strongly on Lotus, led by Dominykas “MiniBoo” Lukaševičius’ impressive performance with Neon.

Despite Paper Rex’s relentless aggression, Heretics maintained composure and teamwork to secure a 13-10 victory.

The decider map, Split, witnessed a dominant performance from Paper Rex, as they overcame an early setback to secure a convincing 13-7 victory.

Jason “f0rsakeN” Susanto’s adaptability and leadership shone through, leading Paper Rex to victory with a remarkable +10 differential on Raze.

In post-match interviews, both teams expressed confidence and determination moving forward.

Paper Rex’s coach, Alexandre “alecks” Sallé, highlighted their strategic adjustments and agent flexibility, while f0rsaken joked about his willingness to play unconventional agents in future matches.

Looking ahead, Paper Rex faces off against Karmine Corp in the next round of the Swiss format, aiming to secure a spot in the playoffs.

LOUD will face EDward Gaming, with both teams attempting to stave off elimination and progress to the playoffs.

Monday’s VCT Masters Madrid matches

  • LOUD (-147.06) vs EDward Gaming (+105) @ 4pm CEST
  • Karmine Corp (-138.89) vs Paper Rex (+100) @ 7pm CEST

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