5 Huge Takeaways From Valorant Masters 3 Berlin
Sentinels’ scorching streak has lastly come to an finish. The workforce’s home and worldwide dominance has been one of many main speaking factors of Valorant esports for the entire of 2021 to date, and it has given rise to among the scene’s hottest and beloved personalities. Masters Berlin, nonetheless, proved to be a contest too far for the favorites.
Sentinels was handed its first-ever loss on LAN to G2 through the group stage, the European workforce who had beforehand been the primary to take a map from them within the sport earlier that week. It was Envy, although, that landed the hammer blow, beating them in a convincing 2-0 trend within the quarter-finals to knock them out of Masters Berlin.
For a workforce so used to profitable, and for a lot of followers who aren’t used to seeing their idols dealt such a giant loss, Sentinels loss was one in all Masters Berlin’s largest speaking factors. It’s arguably the largest headline of the whole occasion. However maybe we shouldn’t have been so stunned? Sentinels are a workforce like some other; it has good days and it has dangerous days. The purple patch was by no means prone to final lengthy in an esport that’s as younger and aggressive as Valorant — even when Sentinels has, at occasions, appeared completely invincible.
Finally, the workforce has nonetheless certified for Champions in December, and it’s nonetheless the perfect workforce in North America general. Sentinels might be again. The query is whether or not it would again higher than ever or nonetheless bearing the psychological scars of Berlin.