KRÜ Esports qualified for VALORANT Champions Tour 2022: Stage 1 Masters - Reykjavík

VALORANT Champions Tour 2022: Latin America Stage 1 - Challengers Playoffs has come to an end. At the championship, which was held from March 24 to 28 in Mexico at the Arena Esports Stadium, four Latin American teams fought for one direct ticket to the VALORANT Champions Tour 2022: Stage 1 Masters - Reykjavík. The winner of the tournament was the KRÜ Esports team, which in the grand final was stronger than Leviatán with a score of 3:2 (Breeze - 15:13; Haven - 9:13; Ascent - 12:14; Fracture - 13:4; Split - 13:6).

The tournament for the future winner started with a sensational defeat from E-Xolos LAZER (0:2) in the semifinals. However, the Chilean team gathered their thoughts to outplay FUSION (2:0) and E-Xolos LAZER (2:0), and at the same time get into the grand final of the competition.

In the decisive match, KRÜ Esports had a hard time, because at the equator of the series the team lost to the opponent with a score of 1:2. However, a confident performance on the remaining two maps allowed the Chileans to pull out a victory over Leviatán (3:2) to qualify for the VALORANT Champions Tour 2022: Stage 1 Masters - Reykjavík.

The current roster for VALORANT Champions Tour 2022: Masters Stage 1 - Reykjavík is as follows: Team Liquid, Fnatic, G2 Esports, OpTic Gaming, The Guard, XERXIA, Paper Rex, ZETA DIVISION, DRX, KRÜ Esports and LOUD.

Results of VALORANT Champions Tour 2022: Latin America Stage 1 - Challengers Playoffs