Valorant: G2 are controling the European scene
After their current success, the organisation may finally decide to check in David “davidp” Prins to their lineup.
It now seems that League of Legends is not the only Riot Games’ IP where G2 Esports dominate the European computer game scene. Since the formation of the group earlier in June, the team has been winning Valorant tournaments left and right.
And the WePlay! VALORANT Invitational has become the 2nd major competition that they have actually bagged in just under a month.
G2 were the heavy favourites entering into the competition, and in the finals, they were even able to clean sweep fish123 for a 2-0 victory. Historically, fish123 were considered as an excellent Valorant squad (now a part of Group Liquid) who had actually won practically every Valorant tournament during the game’s closed beta duration.
For this reason, G2 controling them in such style truly makes them the very best Valorant group in Europe at the moment.
The team consists of skills like ‘mixwell’, ‘paTiTek’, ‘pyth’, and ‘ardiis’, all of whom have expert experience in CS: GO. Nevertheless, they weren’t as effective there, and Valorant supplies them with a second shot at an effective professional esports career.
The WePlay! VALORANT Invitational was not a walk in the park for G2, even if they made most matches appearance simple.
Before dealing with off versus fish123, they had to toss down the gauntlet versus PartyParrots, along with Ninjas in Pyjamas’ recently made squad, and nmDM.
G2 displayed some robust map control and team structure during their video games. In the finals versus fish123, David “davidp” Prins and Patryk “Patitek” Fabrowski just played out of their minds, and with both their 19 eliminates they literally styled on their challengers.
Ardis “ardiis” Svarenieks, formerly was a part of the fish123 roster and has actually now joined up with G2 in their official Valorant roster.
Post finals, ardiis celebrated the reality that he is yet to lose a best-of-three since the release of the closed beta, thus making him among the most effective Valorant players in Europe.
With the WePlay! VALORANT Invitational, G2 has effectively bagged 2 significant tournaments, and they now leave with $25,000.
David “davidp” Prins may not have belonged of their main lineup till now, however after this invitational, he may just get hired into the team.