Team Liquid went up against KRÜ Esports on Day Two of the Valorant Champions and the outcome was short-lived. Liquid’s Travis “L1NK” Mendoza was on fire with a brilliant ace in the first game as well as plenty of standout plays from Adil “Screaming“ Benrlitom took out the KRU with two consecutive wins on the map.
Summary of day 2 of Valorant Champions: Team Liquid vs KRÜ Esports (Liquid won 2-0)
Map 1 – Haven (Liquid won 13-5)
L1NK’s treble in game 6, followed by a treble from ScreaM was all Liquid needed to assert dominance in the first map. Liquid dominated throughout the match and didn’t create any breathing space for KRÜ. The European team destroyed KRU with a score of 13-5 and the situation was not better for KRU in the next game.
Map 2 – Ascent (Liquid won 13-8)
Liquid continued to dominate in the second game and started strong 9-3 in the first half. KRU eventually managed to show some resilience but it was too late when Liquid secured the match with four more wins.
Team Liquid will face Sentinels on December 6, 2021 while the KRU will have to leave the elimination round on December 7, 2021.
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.
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