Velocity Gaming continues to be the Undisputed Champion with victory at TEC Challenger Series 2
Global Esports gave a tough time.
Velocity was unbeaten for the most part, this time around they hurdled to but yet emerged victorious in The Esports Club Challenger Series tournament.
VLT’s unstoppable spree was broken by Global Esports by inflicting a 2-0 defeat. Velocity Gaming was pushed to the lower bracket of the event, they made their way all the back to the Grand Finals from the lower bracket run to face-off Global Esports once again. This time around, things were different, GE gave a hard time taking to all five maps of Best-of-Five series but VLT prevailed with a 3-2 win in their favour.
The first four maps of the Grand Finals were close but the fifth and last decider was a one-sided affair, Sabyasachi ”Antidote” Boss took the matter in his own hands styling on Jett with a sniper.
Props to VLT for insane 9 hours of playing competitive brawling in a total of 8 maps with all blood and sweat, it was all worth after all.
The full Grand Finals stream can be found below:
Champions are going on a small break:
The victorious squad combined of Excali, rite2ace, Vibhor, Antidote and Ameratsu was brought to life by Manoj ”SENTINEL” Kashyap. Sentinel has taken on his Instagram to reveal little insights about the near future plans of the roster. Ameratsu & CO won't be playing competitively throughout the rest of the month until mid-November and in the meantime, the champs will be transitioning to Bootcamp to lay ”Emphasis on practice, skills development”.