Outside of Sentinels and Gambit, Vision Strikers (who have since been acquired by DRX) were the most hyped team in late 2020 and early 2021. With a 102-match winning streak, the team formerly known as Vision Strikers were considered one of the best teams in the world. They won First Strike Korea and Stage 1 Masters Korea. No other team in any region won their respective First Strike and Stage 1 Masters tournaments. However, the big question hanging over the team was how much their success was due to a weak region. Failing to qualify for Masters: Reykjavík 2021 was a blow to their reputation, but they did qualify for Masters: Berlin and reached the playoffs. They started off 2022 strong too. Now known as DRX, the team reached the playoffs at Masters: Reykjavík 2022 and continue to be the best team in Korea.
Thus far, KRÜ have been the only team that has qualified for all three international Masters tournaments and Champions. They were the best team outside of North America and Europe in 2021, but were mostly an afterthought until Champions. Although they made the playoffs at Masters: Berlin, they were immediately eliminated. At Champions though, they shocked the world when they beat Sentinels to eliminate them in the group stage and eventually knocked Fnatic out in the quarterfinals. Their run ended in the semifinals after a hard-fought, close match against Gambit. They didn’t win any games at Masters: Reykjavík 2022, but given their history as the best team in Latin America, they’ll surely be back for Masters: Copenhagen.
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Acend came seemingly out of nowhere in late March of 2021 and immediately won the European Stage 1 Masters. The former Raise Your Edge Gaming lineup became the new Acend, and together they quickly started dominating the European region.
What’s quite fascinating is the fact that this squad managed to do so much in such a short period. Later on, they began their ascent in the EMEA region and ended their season by becoming the first World Champions after winning Valorant Champions in December of 2021.
They’re still the best Valorant team around and boast some of the best Valorant players.
G2 Esports was once hailed as the best Valorant team in the world, but since then they have fallen off greatly. Valorant Champions Tour predictions were not kind to them, and for the first two stages, they haven’t really accomplished much.
Everything changed when G2 replaced pretty much the entirety of its roster, leaving only mixwell as the last member of the original lineup. Since then, G2 has achieved great results in Valorant Champions Tour.
They are looking quite strong right now and have great potential. This roster is still getting into proper shape, and once they do, they’ll certainly put on quite a show.
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OpTic Gaming is the same ex-Team Envy squad that was recently rebranded. OpTic won an international title and finished second at another international event. Ironically, OpTic finished second to Gambit at Masters: Berlin. After a disappointing performance at Champions, they continued the North American tradition of winning Masters: Reykjavík. With Masters: Copenhagen qualifiers ongoing, OpTic looks poised to continue their success at the next international VALORANT tournament.
At a present moment:
OpTic Gaming is the best team valorant in the world
- OpTic Gaming Valorant team has played 29 matches in 2022. Archive has information about 29 Valorant games with the team. OpTic Gaming overall win rate is 69%.
- 5 matches have been played with the victory of OpTic Gaming from 9 games in a total of last month. The win rate of the team over the last 30 days is 56%, which is 19% worse than OpTic Gaming all-time win rate.
- In previous matches OpTic Gaming: lost to FunPlus Phoenix, lost to Paper Rex, won against DRX, won against XSET, and won against KRÜ Esports.
- The last match with a 1:3 score was 4 days ago when OpTic Gaming lost to FunPlus Phoenix.
- Last OpTic Gaming tournament with a win. On 24.07.2022 the team took 3rd place in the Valorant Champions Tour 2022 Copenhagen Stage 2 Masters Valorant tournament with a total prize pool of $650000.