Will We Get a Double Masters Champ In Tokyo?

Who doesn't want to win the Masters 2 times in a row? There are a few candidates in Tokyo aiming for it, let's see who they are.

Ardiis FPX
Ardiis won Copenhagen Masters with his previous team FPX | © Riot Games

Who Can Become a Double Masters Winner In Valorant

As of now, group stages are over in Tokyo and we already saw some of the teams go home. Na'Vi had 4 Masters winners in their roster, but they didn't perform well in the group stage and got 4th place which meant going home.

From the teams that are still in the title run, potential back-to-back winners could be:

NicknameTeamWon Masters WithMasters They Won
ardiisNRGFPXVCT 2022 - Stage 2 Masters Copenhagen
VictorNRGOpTic GamingVCT 2022 - Stage 1 Masters - Reykjavík
crashiesNRGOpTic GamingVCT 2022 - Stage 1 Masters - Reykjavík
FNSNRGOpTic GamingVCT 2022 - Stage 1 Masters - Reykjavík
nAtsTeam LiquidGambit EsportsVCT 2021 - Stage 3 Masters - Berlin
RedgarTeam LiquidGambit EsportsVCT 2021 - Stage 3 Masters - Berlin
ChronicleFnaticGambit EsportsVCT 2021 - Stage 3 Masters - Berlin

NRG is currently in the lower bracket and will face DRX in an elimination match. Team Liquid is a top-seeded team in Tokyo, and went straight to the Upper Brackets where they won their first game against EDward Gaming and will face Evil Geniuses next. Fnatic seem to be in top form and are expected to be in the top 3 teams of Tokyo Masters. Their next game is versus Paper Rex and are expected to get a W in that matchup.

Who Is Favored To Get His Second Masters Title Home

Chronicle Valorant
Chronicle is already being called a Valorant GOAT | © Riot Games

Based on their performance so far in this period, but also the community takes that are spreading wide, Chronicle is doomed to be the first player to have two Valorant Masters Titles in his home wardrobe. He is already famed for being the first two times VCT International Champion, winning Masters in Copenhagen and the 2023 LOCK//IN São Paulo.

In Tokyo, his performance versus NRG showed us how determined he is to write Valorant history next to his name yet again. With 38 Kills he was the top fragger in that Best-of-3 and wasn't holding back with his top-of-the-game performance.

Valorant is an incredibly chaotic game, where even the top teams find themselves grappling with challenges when facing off against underdogs. Ultimately, as viewers, our primary desire is to witness captivating Valorant gameplay at its finest. The status of the double masters' winner, though noteworthy, serves as a mere side attraction that will just stay as a statute.


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