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Valorant Masters Berlin Day 3 Recap: Sentinels Shuts Down G2 Esports

Abhimannu Das
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Valorant Masters Berlin's third day ended with North America triumphing over Europe in both hyped up rivalry matchups.
Sentinels pulled off a 2-1 victory against rival G2 Esports while 100 Thieves also secured a 2-1 victory against Gambit Esports.
KRÜ Esports v ZETA DIVISION was the highlight of the night with all three maps being extremely competitive.

G2 Esports went into Valorant Masters Berlin Day 3 with a lot of confidence, but it fell short against tournament favorite team Sentinels. Despite the European orgnazation engaging in banter and even hiring a plane to say “F*** Sentinels” using a flyer, the Norrth American champions won the set 2-1. 100 Thieves managed to pull off an astounding comeback despite being pushed to its limits and also ended the night with a 2-1 victory like Sentinels. KRÜ Esports vs ZETA Division was also a close contest between both teams and even though KRÜ took home a 2-1 victory, ZETA Division put on commendable performances in all three matches.

Valorant Masters Berlin Day 3 Recap

Match B2 — KRÜ Esports v ZETA DIVISION (2-1)

ZETA Division became the first Japanese team to win a map at an international Valorant LAN event but Argentinian team KRÜ Esports came out on top. KRÜ entered Valorant esports this year with soccer star Sergio "Kun" Agüero founding the organization in January 2021. The team quickly rose to the top in Latin America and had an incredible 100% winrate at the Latin America Stage 3 finals. The team secured a 2-1 victory against KRÜ Esports.

Match D2 — Sentinels v G2 (2-1)

Sentinels and G2 Esports’ rivalry has been brewing for weeks but when it came to gameplay, Sentinels came out on top. The North American team started off strong with a dominant first game but G2 Esports put an end to Sentinels’ winstreak in competitive Valorant and forced the series into a third game. Sentinels ended the night 2-1 in one of the biggest NA vs EU rivalry matches of the event.

Match C3 — 100 Thieves v Gambit Esports (2-1)

Gambit Esports’ Nikita “d3ffo” Sudakov put on a dominant performance and at one point in the first match, the player knifed four 100T players, securing his team a win. In the second match, Gambit continued to dominate but 100T pulled off a comeback after being down 9-3, to winning the match. Gambit failed to capitalize on its momentum from the first match once 100T found its gears and the North American team ended up winning 2-1, putting the NA vs EU debate to rest with the North American teams coming out on top at Valorant Masters Berlin.

Valorant Masters Berlin Day 3 Statistics

100 Thieves’ Peter “Asuna” Mazuryk had an Average Combat Score of 301, making him the only player to cross the 300-mark last night.

Sentinels’ Tyson “TenZ” Ngo immediately made his presence felt with the player sitting at a Kill/Death Differential of +22, ahead of everyone else at the event.

Gambit Esports’ Bogdan “Sheydos” Naumov has the highest K/D currently at 1.71, but TenZ is not too far behind at 1.69.

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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.