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Team Liquid sends Sentinels to Decider Bracket

The Sentinels were the “team” that beat the North American contenders at Valorant Champions but things couldn’t have been worse for the team. The Stage 1 and 2 winners are in a tough spot after losing 2-1 to Team Liquid last night.

After conceding an early goal, the Sentinels got a 13-2 win on the second map, but couldn’t keep up with their European opponents. Team Liquid has now made it to the knockout stages and is one of the most dominant teams at the current event. With a margin of victory, Liquid are now the third European team to make it to the knockout stages that will begin on December 8.

Valorant Champions Day 4: Sentinels vs Team Liquid Recap (Liquid won 2-1)

Sentinels vs Team Liquid Match 1 – Breeze (Team Liquid won 14-12)

The first game started off one-sided with the Sentinels losing only to Team Liquid by four rounds, but things took a drastic turn when Team Liquid pushed the game into stoppage time. After some clutches from Elias “Jamppi” Olkkonen, Liquid won 14-12.

Sentinels vs Team Liquid Match 2 – Bind (Sentinels won 13-2)

Tyson ‘TenZ’ Ngo was at the top of his game and won 21 lives and just 6 deaths on Breeze. The resilience that Team Liquid displayed seemed to be gone as the Sentinels beat their European rivals 13-2 in the whole game and put everything into the third round.

Sentinels vs Team Liquid Match 3 – Split (Team Liquid won 13-10)

The Sentinels’ previous match in Split was at the Masters, where they lost to Envy 13-7. While the North American team performed better this time around, Team Liquid won the match.

Sentinels’ Jared “zombs” Gitlin couldn’t keep up with his team and ended up with 42 deaths and only 28 lives for Viper and Astra. On the other hand, Team Liquid has seen all five of its players serve in instances with at least 40 kills across the board from each of its players. that will be the finish line for Stage 1 and Stage 2 champions.

Valorant Champions: Where to watch

Valorant Champions is being streamed on Trovo for the first time, alongside the official YouTube and Twitch channels. These are the official links for English streams.

Trovo:

Twitch:

YouTube:

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