- The AMD Skyesports Souvenir Mumbai 2022 event was the very first Indian Valorant tournament played on LAN.
- Global Esports won the AMD Skyesports Souvenir Valorant LAN Championship in a best-of-five series.
- The scores of the Grand Finals.
The AMD Skyesports Souvenir Mumbai 2022 event was the very first Indian Valorant tournament played on LAN, and it was hosted in Mumbai from April 30th to May 3rd, with the arena open to a limited live audience.
Global Esports won the AMD Skyesports Souvenir Valorant LAN Championship after defeating Enigma Gaming in the Grand Finals. HellrangeR and his team were the first South Asian team to win a Valorant LAN event.
Global Esports defeated its opposition with a 3-0 score in a best-of-five series. The victory will undoubtedly improve the team's confidence heading to the Skyesports Valorant Champions Series (SCS), which begins later this month.
The top four squads in the region played in the event, which provided some high-quality action over the last few days. All four teams competed in a single round-robin format, with each team facing every other team once.
They fought Enigma Gaming in the first game of the tournament and were defeated. However, the team recovered well and advanced to the Grand Finals by dominating back-to-back games against Velocity Gaming and Team Snakes.
Enigma Gaming won all of their games to advance to the Grand Finals. Global Esports were waiting for this as they were eager to avenge their earlier humiliation, and they accomplished it successfully.
Enigma Gaming and Global Esports competed in a best-of-five series. After a nail-biting battle, the latter won the game with a 3-0 score.
Here are the scores from today's game:
- Bind (13-5)
- Fracture (13-6)
- Split (16-14)
The last map was a true treat to witness because neither side was willing to give up a millimeter without a battle. Global Esports, on the other hand, maintained their cool until the conclusion and took home the championship.
Global Esports collected $6500 (INR 4,95,848.28) in winnings for topping the event, while Enigma Gaming received $3500 (INR 2,66,995.23) for finishing second. Due to Ganesh "SKRossi" Gangadhar of Global Esports dominant performance throughout the tournament, he was named tournament MVP and got additional prize money as well as a magnificent trophy for his outstanding performance.
The region's inaugural LAN event ended with a bang, and fans will undoubtedly look forward to further tournaments like this in the future. The victory would also provide a confidence booster for Global Esports before the Skyesports Champions Series (SCS).
The series will serve as a qualifier for South Asian teams to compete in the APAC Stage 2 Challengers, which is also a component of the Valorous Champions Tour. SK Rossi also mentioned during the award ceremony that their work is not yet finished. They must collaborate until they achieve success at the global level. He also added that their next goal is to represent the region well in the forthcoming VCT.
Well, that is all for this article, Global Esports is a team to keep an eye out for because we are!
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