Fnatic VALORANT’s younger phenom is our alternative for VCT LOCK//IN MVP

The first occasion of the brand new period of VALORANT esports is full, with VCT LOCK//IN ending in thrilling vogue as Fnatic held off a crowd-buffed LOUD reverse sweep with their very own comeback victory within the second half of Icebox.

The match gave both a deep look or small glimpse on the 30 groups making up the three worldwide VCT leagues, relying on how deep the crew went within the bracket. Plenty of gamers thrived and made the many of the alternative to get some very important on-stage presence in opposition to worldwide competitors.

Now with a while off earlier than the beginning of VCT league play, we will shortly look again on the gamers who shined the brightest in Brazil at VCT LOCK//IN.



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Leo Jannesson is our choose for MVP of VCT LOCK//IN, following the 19-year-old’s extremely robust total efficiency that was very important to Fnatic’s trophy raise.

Leo was extremely invaluable to Fnatic all through the crew’s whole run. Statistically, he excelled in just about all classes: third highest Okay/D ratio at 1.41, tied for sixth highest kill-assist-survive-trade (KAST) share at 81 %, and he delivered essentially the most complete clutches of any participant on the match with 13. He additionally died the second least quantity of instances per spherical, and had the fifth most rounds with two or extra kills, in response to stats from VLR.gg, who additionally named him its MVP alternative.

He was a gentle and environment friendly presence for Fnatic all through the whole bracket, delivering 4 separate maps with a +10 Okay/D differential, together with each map one and two within the crew’s grand closing victory over LOUD. He additionally earned the grand finals MVP vote.

MVP honorable mentions


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NAVI’s run could have come to a sudden finish by the hands of Fnatic, however that final match was the only real blemish on what was an excellent efficiency from Andrey “Shao” Kiprsky. He completed the match with the second-highest Okay/D at 1.63 and the very best KAST share at 87 %. But for those who take away the loss in opposition to Fnatic, these numbers are much more absurd: 2.29 Okay/D and a KAST share of 91 % previous to the playoffs.


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Before Fnatic survived the reverse sweep try from LOUD, it was LOUD who needed to cope with the identical from DRX; an effort that was led by the crew’s focus and arguably the world’s greatest controller in Kim “MaKo” Myeong-kwan. MaKo led the sphere in assists and assists per spherical and completed within the prime 13 of all gamers in Okay/D and KAST share.

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