Fnatic Valorant, the European behemoth, emerged as the champions of the highly-anticipated VCT LOCK//IN Brazil LAN event, dethroning the local team LOUD in a captivating final. This article aims to provide a complete overview of the competition, including the final results and rankings.
Fnatic Valorant Wins VCT Lock In
After an agonizing two-year wait, Fnatic finally claimed the championship title, capping off what has been deemed the most electrifying match in the history of Valorant. The European powerhouse started on the front foot, taking a commanding 2-0 lead in the best-of-five series. But LOUD refused to go down without a fight and retaliated to level the series, sending the frenzied Ginásio do Ibirapuera crowd into a frenzy.
On the final map, Icebox, the Brazilian team charged to an 11-3 advantage but floundered as Fnatic orchestrated a stunning comeback to seal the series in overtime, leaving the crowd stunned and speechless.
Apart from winning the VCT LOCK//IN title, Fnatic’s Timofey ‘Chronicle’ Khromov etched his name in the annals of history by becoming the first player to secure two VCT trophies. Khromov, who also played a pivotal role in Gambit’s triumph in the VCT Stage 3 Masters in Berlin in 2021, has cemented his status as one of the world’s finest Valorant players.
The VCT LOCK//IN Brazil event, featuring 30 partner teams from the international leagues of EMEA, Pacific, and Americas, as well as two Chinese invitees, marked the beginning of the 2023 Valorant Champions Tour. The tournament, organized by Riot Games, was the largest Valorant tournament ever held and provided a sneak peek into the teams that will shape the new era of esports.
Refer to the comprehensive rankings below to find out where your favorite team landed and how much prize money was awarded.
VCT 2023 LOCK//IN Brazil: Final standings
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FAQs About VCT Lock In
VCT LOCK//IN Brazil Event is an event that is a Valorant tournament hosted by Riot Games, featuring 30 partners from International leagues from EMEA, Pacific, and Americas and two Chinese invited teams.
Fnatic The European team, was crowned the winners in the VCT LOCK//IN Brazil event in LAN, edging out the Brazilian teams LOUD in a thrilling final.
Timofey “Chronicle” Khromov is a member of Fnatic and has etched his name into the saga of history when he became one of the few players to win two VCT trophy, while was also playing a crucial role in Gambit’s victory at the VCT Stage 3 Masters in Berlin in 2021.
Fnatic is the European force was able to take the lead with a 2-0 score in the best-of-five-series in the final of the VCT LOCK//IN Brazil LAN event.
The final game, Icebox was the final map. The Brazilian team LOUD roared to an 11-3 lead, but struggled when Fnatic managed to stage a dramatic fightback to end the game in overtime. The crowd was in awe and stunned.