Bleed Esports Crowned the Champion of Valorant TEC Challenger Series
Bleed Esports defeated Fancy United Esports to be crowned as the champions of the Valorant TEC Challenger Series. The series featured 15 days of intense action, and Bleed Esports (BLD) showed an amazing performance throughout its journey to win the lion’s share of $13,500 USD in prize money. On the other hand, the runner-up of the tournament, Fancy United Esports (FCY), won a cash prize of $7,500.
Valorant TEC Challenger Series Grand Finals: BLEED Esports vs Fancy United Esports Recap
The Grand Finals of the Valorant TEC Challenger Series concluded on 13th October. The match was a best-of-five series. Following is the result of the map veto process and recap of the grand finals.
Map 1: Bind
Bleed Esports showed an amazing performance at the start of the first half and won six consecutive rounds as defenders. However, Fancy United Esports managed to bounce back and win five consecutive rounds after taking a timeout, ending the first half with a scoreline of BLD 7-5 FCY. Bleed Esports showed consistency in the second half on attack and won the map with a scoreline of 13-8.
Map 2: Haven
Like the first map, Bleed Esports showed an impressive performance at the start of the first half to win five consecutive rounds. It showed consistency and built an eight-point lead with a scoreline of 10-2. Although Fancy United Esports improved its performance in the second half, it was not enough to win the map. Bleed Esports won the second map with a scoreline of 13-6, leading to a match point for Bleed Esports with an overall scoreline of 2-0.
Map 3: Ascent
Unlike the previous two maps, Fancy United Esports gained the upper hand in the first half of Ascent as defenders, ending the first half with a scoreline of FCY 7-5 BLD. It showed consistency in the second half as well and won the map with a scoreline of 13-8.
Map 4: Icebox
In the first half of Icebox, Bleed Esports won five consecutive rounds before Fancy United Esports managed to secure one. Bleed Esports stayed consistent and built a lead of four rounds, leading to a scoreline of 8-4. However, Fancy United Esports made a comeback in the second half and equalized the score to 12-12, leading to overtime. Bleed Esports won two rounds in the first overtime and won the map, ultimately winning the tournament with an overall scoreline of 3-1.
Valorant TEC Challenger Series was an official Valorant Off-Season event for South Asia (SA) and Southeast Asia (SEA), featuring a prize pool of $30,000. Both teams showed impressive performances throughout the tournament. However, Bleed Esports triumphed and wrapped up the grand finals in four maps.