VCT 2023 Pacific League: Team Secret Sweeps DRX to End Seven-Match Win Streak

The undefeated king finally takes a blow.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Team Secret Sweeps DRX To End Seven-Match Win Streak


Team Secret has defeated the formidable DRX in a must win match during the last week of the regular season of the VCT 2023 Pacific League.
With this clutch upset victory, Team Secret has effectively brought DRX's seven-match win streak to an end.
Following this win, Team Secret has moved out of the bottom four and currently ranks fifth on the overall leaderboard.

The undefeated king of the VCT 2023: Pacific League, DRX has dropped its first-ever match against the mighty Southeast Asian lineup of Team Secret during the last week of the regular season.

DRX went into the match with a perfect 7-0 scoreline, beating all teams that it had gone up against, dropping only two maps in the process, one each against Gen.G Esports and RRQ.

On the other hand, Team Secret did not enjoy a particularly great run and found itself on the verge of getting eliminated before this match. In dire need of a win, Secret stepped up big time and stunned the Korean giants by handing them a clean 2-0 sweep.

The seven-match win streak of DRX comes to an end against Team Secret in VCT 2023 Pacific League

Even after seven weeks of the regular season action, the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2023 Pacific League continues to deliver high-octane gameplay from every single competing team along with plenty of upsets. Though DRX, Paper Rex, and T1 have already qualified for the playoffs, it is still extremely difficult to predict which remaining teams might steal the remaining spots.

Team Secret was playing a must-win series against DRX in its first match of the super week and the team really turned up for it in great shape. Not only did Secret manage to hand DRX its first defeat of the event but it did so in quite the dominating fashion on the back of a 2-0 sweep.

  1. Haven - Team Secret wins its map pick with a 13-8 scoreline

  2. Ascent - DRX loses its map pick with a 11-13 scoreline.

  3. Fracture - Series did not reach the decider map

All the players from Team Serect gave their absolute best, winning one round or the other for their side across the two maps. But among them, it was the 27-year-old, Jim "BORKUM" Timbreza, who was named the MVP (Most Valuable Player) for his outstanding performance with Omen.

  • K/D/A: 36/27/12

  • ACS (Average Combat Score): 192

  • ADR (Average Damage Per Round): 124

  • Head Shot Percentage: 21%

After this clutch victory and a serious upset that not many would have predicted, Team Secret has pulled itself out of the bottom four and currently ranks fifth on the overall points table. The formidable DRX continues to sit on top of the throne, having already qualified for the playoffs.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.