The Dominance of Indian Teams in Day 1 of VCC Playoffs


With the inaugural day of the Valorant Conquerors Championship having come to an end, we take a moment to reflect on the action-packed first day that it has been. Day 1 of VCC saw Indian Valorant teams like Global Esports, Velocity Gaming, and Enigma Gaming dominate their opponents in the early group stages.

Let’s take a look at the matches that went down today and how each team performed. 

Velocity Gaming vs Exceeli Esports

Velocity Gaming once again proved why they’re considered to be one of the best teams in the South Asian Valorant scene.

In their first game of the group stages, they secured a 2-0 victory over Exceeli Esports with a 13-3 scoreline on Breeze and a 13-8 win on Bind.

Team Exploit vs Crash Landin On You

Pakistani Valorant organization Team Exploit showed some exceptional Valorant gameplay today. They secured a flawless victory over their opposition Crash Landin on You and ended the match with a scoreline of 2-0 after consecutive victories on Ascent and Breeze respectively. The Ascent game ended with a 13-5 scoreline, and the game on Breeze ended with a 13-4 scoreline in favor of Team Exploit.

Global Esports vs Damaru Gaming

This match was also a pretty much one-sided showdown coming from Global Esports. They managed to take down Damaru Gaming 2-0 with a 13-5 victory on Bind followed by a 13-6 win on Split.

Salt Esports vs Enigma Gaming

Enigma Gaming swept their Pakistani counterparts Salt Esports 2-0 with victories on Bind and Icebox. The game on Bind ended with a 13-3 score whereas the one on Icebox was even more one-sided and ended with a score of 13-1 in favor of Enigma Gaming.

While Team Exploit did display a sensational performance today, it was the Indian Valorant teams who stole the spotlight by securing multiple flawless victories across both groups. Valorant fans across South Asia will be waiting to see these teams in action once again when the competition resumes on August 21st.

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