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GodSquad Wins The Last Ever Val'Clasico at Skyesports SEA Championship

The Godsquad won this high stakes final Val'Clásico after both teams passed Pearl, Bind and Heaven.

By Shubham Dalal | Nov 25, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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The current lineups of Velocity Gaming and GodSquad (Global Esports) square off against each other in the Skysports SEA Championships tonight, November 24th. The Godsquad won this high stakes final Val’Clásico after both teams passed Pearl, Bind and Heaven.Both teams had lost their opening matches against MiTH (Made in Thailand) and Bled Esports respectively, falling into the lower bracket and playing a do-or-die series to see which team advanced in the tournament.If you need more information about GodSquad Wins The Last Ever Val’Clasico at Skyesports SEA Championship then read carefully and share with your friends.

GodSquad Wins The Last Ever Val’Clasico at Skyesports SEA Championship :

The Skyesports Valorant SEA Championship is an official VCT off-season event organized by Skyesports in partnership with Riot Games. skyDay 1 of the Valorant SEA Championship finally ended in disappointment for Indian fans as both Velocity Gaming and God Squad (former Global Esports) failed to impress, with both the representatives losing their match with a final score of 2-0. The Skyesports Valorant SEA Championship is an official VCT off-season event organized by Skyesports in partnership with Riot Games.But GodSquad Totally best performance ever in the match and wins the Val’Clasico at Skyesports Sea Championship.

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This one of the most epic clashes in the South Asian Valorant scene played its last match with its current lineup. Val’Classico is the most exciting match in the entire competitive Valorant scene in South Asia between Global Esports (GodSquad) and Velocity Gaming – two of the strongest teams from India.

This is one last time these two compete against each other before the season ends and Global Esports is reshuffling the pre-determined roster for the next VCT (Valorant Champions Tour) season. The teams managed to pick up wins on their respective map picks, with Godsquad taking the lead on Pearl with a ’13-11′ scoreline, followed by Velocity Gaming on Bind with a ’13-7′ scoreline.

In the end, the final Val’Clasico came down to a decider being played on Haven, where Global Esports played as defenders and took an ‘8-4′ lead in the first half. The pace helped them execute some flawless attacks, which resulted in a comfortable ’13-9’ victory for the team. With this, Val’Clasico really lived up to all the hype that it had built up as two great lineups battled it out to deliver some top Valorant action on the server.Unfortunately, Velocity Gaming is eliminated from this tournament after this loss, while Godsquad advances to the lower bracket finals where they go up against Myth.

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