Valorant Championship Tour Masters Finals: Fnatic vs Sentinels- Predictions, Time, Where to Watch and More

Published 05/30/2021, 1:00 PM EDT


The epic conclusion of Valorant’s first LAN will take place in a few hours. The Valorant Championship Tour is taking place in Iceland and it has finally found its title challengers. North America’s strongest squad, Team Sentinels has managed to dominate the event without ever dropping a single map.

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On the other Fnatic has made an inspiring lower bracket run, after dropping out of the upper bracket because of Sentinels. The team has managed to best everyone that they have faced, including fellow EU squad, Team Liquid. Now, they have a glorious chance to exact revenge and become the world champions.

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Fnatic will have its hands full in Valorant Championship Tour’s final

The grand finals will begin at 10 pm PDT, and you watch the game live on Valorant’s official Twitch channel. Riot Games has also hired a roster of co-streamers to promote the event. Gamers can tune into Shroud, Myth, Pokimane, Average Jonas, and Ludwig’s stream to watch the entire game.

Predictions

This epic finale will mark as the second occasion where both teams will clash. In the first series, Sentinels were easily able to overpower the EU squad with the team’s leader Shazam and Ace player Tenz, showcasing their career’s best performance. Fnatic failed to find stable footing and the NA team swept the series in two straight maps.

Thus far, Team Sentinels have dominated everyone they faced, and this definitely makes them favorites to lift the championship. NA Squad is on a red hot winning streak and seems unbeatable. Safe to say, NA could go on to lift the world title, as the team has already beaten Fnatic in a dominant fashion.

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Fnatic can beat Sentinels through team play

Fnatic can secure an upset win through their impeccable teamwork. The EU squad has already showcased splendid team play, which seems to be their only saving grace in tough situations. The team indeed has great individual players, who can pose a difficult challenge to the North American team.

The team’s duelist, Derke, and controller player Mistic have displayed amazing performance through the tournament. Fans would expect exceptional performance out of them and the team, as this is a do-or-die situation for the EU squad.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports and has been professionally writing since 2016 and has worked across many fields. He regularly keeps tabs on a wide range of professional esports like Dota 2, Valorant, CS and fighting games. He has been an ardent gamer since his childhood, and became a defender of the ancients in Dota 2 during his college days.

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