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Valorant Champions Tour Masters Reykjavik Grand Finals Results

Valorant Champions Tour Masters Reykjavik Grand Finals Results

Sentinels and FNATIC faced off today in the Grand Finals showdown of the 2021 Valorant Champions Tour Masters 2 tournament held in Reykjavik, Iceland.  In a statement series, Sentinels emerge triumphant as the world’s premier Valorant team with a 3 – 0 scoreline.  Although the score seems one-sided, accolades have to be thrown at FNATIC for pushing Sentinels to the brink throughout the match.  

Valorant Champions Tour Masters Reykjavik Grand Finals Results

Here are the results for the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) Masters Reykjavik Grand Finals:

MapMap ChoiceScore
SplitSentinels14 – 12FNATIC
BindFNATIC14 – 16Sentinels
HavenSentinels13 – 11FNATIC

Valorant Champions Tour Masters Reykjavik Grand Finals Player Stats and Recap

Here is a look at each individual player stats from the VCT Masters Reykjavik Grand Finals Sentinels (SEN) versus Fnatic (FNC) Bo5:

Sentinels Player Stats – VCT Masters Reykjavik Grand Finals

PlayerACSKillsDeathsAssistsADR
TenZ289796125180
ShahZaM229655019129
SicK205565429141
dapr192515121120
zombs174515428113

Although Sentinels have not dropped a single map this entire tournament, the name of the match was TenZ, who brought out a unique duelist for each game played.  TenZ was the first player to reach the Radiant rank in Valorant’s closed beta and is one of, if not the, best native Valorant professionals in the world.  ShaZaM and SicK usually supplement TenZ’s duelist pick with a duelist of their own while dapr and zombs play devil’s advocate on the team, providing utility and intelligence for Sentinel’s plays.  With an average combat score well above the rest of his team as well as the competition, TenZ was indeed the best pickup Sentinels could have decided upon before coming into Masters 2.

Fnatic Player Stats – VCT Masters Reykjavik Grand Finals

PlayerACSKillsDeathsAssistsADR
MAGNUM229656121137
doma202526225137
Mistic201555321140
Boaster181526110120
Derke175456518103

FNATIC lost to Sentinels very early in the tournament in a disappointing 2 – 0 fashion and were looking to take revenge today.  Unfortunately for the European heavyweights, it may be another few months before they can sate their hunger with today’s results.  Despite FNATIC’s main duelist Derke not having a great performance, the combined efforts MAGNUM, Mistic, and doma was strong enough to force Sentinels to overtime in two of the games with the last game coming down to the wire in round 23.  The young team can be extremely proud for placing second in the first international Valorant tournament in history and for taking home a hefty prize of Circuit Points to help them qualify for Champions.

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