Velocity Gaming procure the first phase of Skyesports Valorant Championship 2.0
Last month, Skyesports announced the Skyesports’ Valorant Championship 2.0. In the tournament, participants will face off for a collective prize pool of 1,50,000. The championship is divided into two phases and the collective prize pool is divided equally over each phase.
India’s best Valorant team lead by Anuj ‘Amaterasu’ Shah- Velocity Gaming won the first phase of the Skyesports’ Valorant Championship 2.0 in an effortless 2-0 face off in the best of 3 grand finals against Noble esports who are indeed a pronounced team in India with Simar ‘Psy’ Sethi at their helm.
A word with the CEO of Velocity Gaming and the CEO of Skyesports
In a conversation with Manoj ‘Sentinel’ Kasyap CEO of Velocity Gaming he told us, “It was a fantastic tournament for us and thanks to skyesports for hosting such an event. We are happy to add another trophy to our upcoming bootcamp. Super proud of my team and their consistent performance.”
“Velocity has been dominating the Valorant scene in India and South Asia as well, and its very happy to see an Indian team doing that. All the gamers in Velocity are experienced pro players and they are showing pure skills. It will be interesting to see which team will stop them dominance,” said Shiva Nandy CEO of Skyesports.
The consistency Velocity Gaming is exhibiting cannot be matched by any other Valorant Team in the country as they have been on a mad winning streak and have not lost a single game yet. They take home the prize money of 45,000 by putting up their A game faces on.