Last Wednesday (14), the VALORANT Masters Berlin was marked by the defeat of Vivo Keyd against KRÜ Esports and G2 starting the first defeat of Sentinels in the competition.
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KRÜ Esports vs Vivo Keyd
In Split, VK managed to secure a satisfactory first half, with the map closing 7×5. At the beginning of the second half, VK suffered a blackout, but sought the 13×11. However, at the decisive point, KRÜ guaranteed the 13×11. On the second map, Haven, Murillo “murizzz” glowed with his Phoenix and Keyd faced an uncreative KRÜ and made an 8×4. In the second half of the map, KRÜ managed to take to the 13×11. In the final moments, keznitdeuS and Mazino secured the victory at Ponto A and took the place in the playoffs with 2×0 in the series for KRÜ Esports.
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SuperMassive Blaze vs Paper Rex
Haven between the two teams scored a balanced confrontation, but Paper Rex ended up taking the game to overtime and secured the first map by 13×14. At Breeze, SMB Turks ran over Paper Rex, and tied the series with a loud 13×2. On the third map, Split, SuperMassive secured victory with a 13x. In the end, the series was 2v1 for the Turks of SuperMassive Blaze.
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G2 Esports vs Sentinels
G2 Esports vs Sentinels
Something “very annoying” happened in Icebox for Sentinels. G2 opened the map on the attacking side and scored a 7×0 on the current Masters champion. Sentinels still managed to take 3 rounds, but the hustle was done and the game closed by 13×3 for G2. The second map, Split, was very balanced and started with the G2 closing the first half 8×4. When switching sides, TenZ’s star began to glow and almost sketched a Sentinels reaction. But in the end, the Europeans closed for 13×10 the map and made the 2×0 in the series.