FULL SENSE is Headed into Valorant Champions With The Grand Finals in Sight
FULL SENSE Valorant Roster
In one of the most thrilling Grand Finals that we’ve been treated to, Thai Valorant team FULL SENSE managed to secure a scintillating 3-2 victory in the VALORANT Champions Tour 2021: APAC Last Chance Qualifier to secure a berth in VALORANT Champions 2021. The team has since been bootcamping, with the goal of becoming the first-ever Valorant world champions as the sole objective on their minds. Despite a mixed bag of results throughout the year, the team has remained one of the best in Southeast Asia throughout 2021 with consistent performances throughout the inaugural Valorant Champions Tour season. However, they simply couldn’t take that final step towards glory and had to go through the gruelling. challenge of facing some of the best Valorant teams from all of Asia at the APAC LCQ.
The team not only overcame the odds and earned a spot at Valorant Champions, it did so with an unbeaten record underlining its credentials as it heads to Berlin for the biggest tournament of the year. The FULL SENSE roster reflected on the team’s performance at the Valorant Champions Tour: APAC Last Chance Qualifier in an interview with AFK Gaming.
FULL SENSE’s Entry into Valorant
Chanitpak "ChAlalala" Suwanaprateep, Elamrahim "LAMMYSNAX" Khanpathan, Chanawin "JohnOlsen" Nakchain and Nattawat "SuperBusS" Yoosawat were formerly a part of NG.Black. After winning the Stage One Challengers 2 event in Thailand, the team competed in SEA Stage 1 Masters but could not secure a qualification for Masters.
The team disbanded and the players along with their coach Songchai "Tongrak" Payang joined FULL SENSE. Their former NG.Black teammate Theethawat "Zelyn" Taechavitidkhul is now an analyst for FS. During the interview with AFK Gaming, JohnOlsen pointed out that part of the success that FULL SENSE has experienced can be attributed to the players sticking together for so long and building their synergy over the past few months..
FULL SENSE captain Kititkawin "PTC" Rattanasukol is the only player who was not part of the original NG.Black squad, with the rest of the team playing and competing together for well over 17 months. JohnOlsen and PTC have proven themselves as the deadliest duo in Southeast Asia. Both players broke the 300-kill mark at the APAC LCQ, a feat that was not achieved by anyone else at the event. They also hold the two highest Average Combat Score.
PTC has spent far less time in the team than anyone else on the roster. However, this does not seem to be a hindrance to the team as he has displayed some top-notch in-game leadership skills with excellent reads of his teammates and their capabilities. As a result, he has been able to captain the team and lead them to Valorant Champions in commanding fashion.
The team not only managed to outperform others in the region, but it also won against tournament favorites NUTURN, Northeption and DAMWON.