VCT APAC LCQ

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F4Q Beats FENNEL to Stay Alive in the VCT APAC LCQ

Abhimannu Das
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Highlights
South Korean esports organization F4Q secured a comeback against FENNEL to keep up its hopes of winning VCT APAC LCQ.
F4Q's Chae “bunny” Joon-hyuk secured an impressive 50 kills in the best-of-three series to help his team win the series 2-1.
The team will be going up against Indian esports organization Global Esports on 14th October in the lower bracket.

South Korean esports organization F4Q defeated FENNEL 2-1 at the Valorant Champions Tour APAC (Asia Pacific) Last Chance Qualifiers (LCQ) to keep up their hopes of qualifying for Champions. FENNEL started off strong with a win in the first map but F4Q managed to pull off a convincing comeback and ended the best-of-three series with a win. Following todays win, F4Q will be going up against Indian team Global Esports tomorrow.

F4Q vs FENNEL Recap

Match 1 (FENNEL won 13-7)

The first match of the series started off with FENNEL securing a 13-7 victory on Split. Hiromichi “mittiii” Urahigashi put on a solid performance for FENNEL and secured 47 kills in the series overall, but the captain’s efforts were in vain as F4Q turned things around after the first game.

Match 2 (F4Q won 13-3)

After an early setback, F4Q completely dominated FENNEL in the second game with a 13-3 victory on Bind. Chae “bunny” Joon-hyuk was on fire as the former Overwatch pro raked in 22 kills in the match.

Match 3 (F4Q won 13-8)

Bunny continued to outshine everyone else in the match with 21 kills in the third game on Haven and 50 total kills in the series. While F4Q has been one of the best teams in Korea throughout this year’s Valorant Champions Tour, F4Q has struggled to maintain consistency but its players pulled through and the team will be looking to make the most out of the opportunity to potentially qualify for Champions.

F4Q vs FENNEL Highlights

After a weak start to the series, Bunny was undoubtedly the player to watch out for in today’s matchup. While the player secured just seven kills in the first game, he stepped up and secured 43 kills collectively in the second and third games.

FENNEL’s mittiii was also on fire with 47 kills of his own but the in-game leader’s efforts fell short as F4Q came out on top. F4Q will be going up against Global Esports tomorrow in the lower bracket of the Valorant Champions Tour APAC LCQ.

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Abhimannu is a part of the content team at AFK Gaming and a lifelong obsessive gamer. He currently covers esports titles like VALORANT, CS: GO, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG and more.