The CIS team, Gambit Esports, swept Envy in the Masters Berlin Finals to lift the trophy.
The Valorant Masters Berlin hype continued with the final game between Gambit Esports and Envy. The CIS representatives, Gambit Esports, got 2-0 ahead in the series and aimed to sweep their opponent. Envy showed signals in the last map but could not resist Gambit Esports’ firepower. The CIS team lifted the trophy with a clean sweep against the North American representatives, Envy.
The game started with a head-to-head competition between two Valorant giants. Gambit Esports’ Timofey “Chronicle” Khromov had a wonderful Sova performance. He kept his team in the game with his clutch plays and initiation. Gambit’s star player Ayaz “nAts” Akhmetshin stepped up in the later stages. The CIS representatives reached 12 rounds in the 22nd round but Envy did not give up. Victor “Victor” Wong made a clutch play to prevent an earlier loss. The game went to overtime with both teams battling head-to-head. Gambit put an end to it after the 28th round. Gambit Esports got 1-0 ahead in the Masters Berlin Grand Final series.
Envy looked like a different team in the second as they won the opening two rounds of the map. Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker and Jimmy “Marved” Nguyen carried their teams with their individual superiority. Even though their individual performances, Gambit Esports are known for their incredible strategies and chemistry. The CIS representatives turned things around quickly and got back in the game by equalizing the scoreboard. However, yay sat behind the wheel once again for his team and found opening kills.
The game was head-to-head as both teams won consecutive rounds but Envy were one step ahead. Envy’s yay was living in the moment as he made a huge play to get his team to eleven on the scoreboard. However, Gambit Esports came up huge in the later stages of the game and closed it out with a score of 13-11. The CIS representatives got closer to the trophy.
Gambit Esports started the third map in style thanks to Bogdan “Sheydos” Naumov. The Skye player secured seven kills in three rounds to carry his team in the earlier stages. Envy players kept their heads in the game to prevent a possible sweep and got ahead in the early game, 3-2. Gambit Esports struggled to play post-plant scenarios. Envy were ahead at the end of the first half. However, Gambit Esports made a great comeback in the second half. The CIS representatives defended the bomb sites perfectly.
Chronicle got four kills to carry his team to map-point. The Russian Viper player got another three in the last round and Gambit Esports closed out the series after their 13-9 win in the last map. Envy’s yay made a huge mistake in the last round which may be the reason they lost in the 22nd round.
The Valorant Masters Berlin run has come to an end after Gambit Esports swept Envy in the grand final. The competition was at the highest level throughout the tournament and we witnessed many surprising results. In the end, EMEA Playoffs winner, Gambit Esports, were the ones to lift the trophy.