Leviathan started its participation in Valorant’s Lock//In on the right foot by defeating the Japanese from Zeta Division. The details here!
During the afternoon and evening of Wednesday February 22 he VCT 2023 Lock//In of Valorant began the crossings of the Omega Groupthe tournament key that includes Leviathan and KRÜ. For their part, the dragons they accessed the round of 16 while KRÜ he fell defeated and said goodbye to the competition.
Initially, the day of the Omega Group It started with Team Secret vs. Team Liquid. In this case it was Filipinos from Secret who stayed with the series for 2 to 0 on the maps of Icebox (13-8) and then in Fracture (13-7) and they only had to wait for their rival who would come out of the crossroads between KRÜ vs. NaVi.
The team of Kun Aguero could not with Natus Vincere mainly due to the great performance they had zyppan and ANGE1 in the Ukrainian picture. The duo formed by the Swede and the ex proplayer of Counter Strike added a combination of 89 kills (44 and 45, respectively) which earned NaVi an end result of 2 to 0 under partial 13-5 in Ascent and 13-10 in Lotus.
However, the participation of the Spanish-speaking teams did not end thanks to Leviathan. The dragons they prevailed in the first round of the Omega Group before the Japanese of Zeta Division behind a mazino relentless; the Chilean contributed 40 casualties and 23 assists in the series that ended 2 to 0 (13-4 in Ascent and 13-11 in Pearl) and with this LEV It’s in eighth of the Lock//In of Valorant.
Now, as of the afternoon of this Thursday 2/23 until the Friday the 24th the matches of the initial and passing round will culminate Leviathan You will meet your next opponent. The Argentine organization will cross paths with the winner of Team Vitality vs. Global Esports just next Saturday 2/25 near the 5:00 p.m. of Argentina.
In the same way, below we will reveal the parties that remain to close the first instance of the Omega Group:
- Thursday 2/23:
- Team Vitality (FRA) vs. Global Esports (IND) – 2:00 p.m.
- FUT Esports (TUR) vs. Rex Regum Qeon (PHL/IDN) – 5:00 p.m.
- 100 Thieves (USA) vs. Edward Gaming (CHN) – 8:00 p.m.
- Friday 2/24:
- Sentinels (USA) vs. Fnatic (GBR) – 2:00 p.m.
- T1 (COR) vs. FURY (BRA) – 5:00 p.m.
As in every instance of the Lock//In of the Valorant Champions Tourthe matches can be followed live through the official channels of twitch and Youtube of Valorant. In turn, the results left by the Omega Group will meet them through Web of geek culture.