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Valorant Masters Berlin Day 6 Recap: Sentinels Suffers Setback Against G2

Abhimannu Das
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Valorant Masters Berlin Day 6 saw Sentinels' winning streak come to an end with G2 Esports beating the North American team 2-0.
Both Sentinels and G2 Esports are headed to the semi-finals and may face each other again.
Paper Rex and Vivo Keyd suffered defeats and will no longer be a part of Valorant Masters Berlin.

Day 6 of Valorant Masters Berlin was eventful with Paper Rex getting knocked out of the tournament and Sentinels suffering a defeat at the hands of G2 Esports. Paper Rex is tied with Team Secret (TS) in the APAC region in terms of circuit points and since TS won the latest APAC Challengers event, Paper Rex will not have an automatic qualification. Instead, the Southeast Asian team will now have to win the upcoming APAC Last Chance Qualifiers to be a part of the year-end Valorant Champions event. After taking a win against G2 Esports, Sentinels were feeling confident but G2 managed to secure a 2-0 win against the North American champions and shocked everyone. KRÜ Esports took home a win against Vivo Keyd, knocking the team out in the Decider match.

Valorant Masters Berlin Day 6 Recap

Match A4 — Paper Rex vs SuperMassive Blaze (1-2)

Southeast Asian team Paper Rex got knocked out of the event by SuperMassive Blaze with a hard-fought victory. Despite starting off strong and winning the first map 14-2, SuperMassive Blaze managed to pull off two back to back victories and took home the series 1-2.

Match D5 — Sentinels vs G2 Esports (0-2)

G2 Esports and Sentinels have been engaging in banter for quite some time and the first time when both teams went up against each other, the North American team took home a 2-0 win. But things went differently in today’s rematch where G2 Esports shocked everyone by taking home a dominant 13-3 victory on Icebox. Sentinels put on a tougher fight on Split but G2 Esports ended up winning 13-11. With the win, G2 Esports is headed to the semi-finals and it is quite likely that both the teams will come up against other once again in the event.

Match B5 — Vivo Keyd vs KRÜ Esports (0-2)

Vivo Keyd vs KRÜ Esports was a Decider match and both teams displayed resilience with the first game ending in a close 13-11 in KRÜ’s favor. The second match ended 13-11 again. Despite Vivo Keyd’s sincere efforts the team will not be going ahead in Valorant Masters Berlin.

Valorant Masters Berlin Statistics

Team Envy’s Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker is now the player with the highest average combat score at 291.3

Gambit Esports’ Bogdan “Sheydos” Naumov has the highest K/D ratio, which is sitting at 1.71

Jett is still the most played agent with a pick rate of 82%

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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.