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F4Q Knocks Out Global Esports from Valorant Champions Tour

Abhimannu Das
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F4Q continues to keep its hopes of qualifying for Valorant Champions alive after a 2-1 win against Global Esports at the Valorant Champions Tour APAC LCQ.
Global Esports' run at the VCT APAC LCQ comes to an end after starting off strong against DAMWON Gaming.
F4Q will be competing against NUTURN Gaming tomorrow in round three of the lower bracket.

Global Esports vs F4Q was by far the most eventful match of the Valorant Champions Tour APAC LCQ with the series going all the way into the third game’s overtime. After Global Esports failed to capitalize on a 3v1 winning situation against Yoo "fiveK" Sung-min, it was all over as F4Q turned the final game of the night around during overtime and kept its dreams of qualifying for Valorant Champions alive.

Global Esports vs F4Q Recap

Match 1 (Global Esports won 13-10)

The first match made it clear that this was going to be a close contest between both teams with the first half ending in a 6-6 draw on Haven and GE managing to edge past F4Q only by a small margin in the end. GE’s Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar managed to secure crucial kills throughout the final rounds to help his team secure the first game.

Match 2 (F4Q won 13-9)

The second match on Bind saw F4Q securing a small 6-4 lead in the first half. Former Overwatch League pro Chae “Bunny” Joon-hyuk helped F4Q close off the game with a 13-9 victory.

Match 3 (F4Q won 16-14)

This was the best match in the APAC LCQ so far with players from both teams pulling off some unbelievable clutch plays throughout the matchup. FiveK was by far the most influential player in the match as he stole victory from Global Esports’ hands and managed to win in a 1v3 situation and forcing additional rounds where F4Q won the series.

Global Esports vs F4Q Highlights

FiveK’s 1v3 clutch against Global Esports turned the series on its head. Global Esports was inches away from winning the event and knocking F4Q out of the event but FiveK managed to turn things around and gave his team the edge.

Even though F4Q won the series, it was GE’s SkRossi who was the standout performer of the night with the player securing a massive 76 kills. It was a solid performance from Global Esports but the Indian Valorant team will be heading out of the event. F4Q will be seen competing against NUTURN tomorrow in a bid to qualify for the grand finals via the lower bracket.

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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.

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