The dream of the World Cup has become nightmare after the defeats of Kru and Giants. The two teams, the only hope for Hispanic fans in the LA Valorant World Cup, will have to go head to head to see who is still alive at the championship.
And it is that it has not started particularly well for the team of the giants nor for those of the Kun. Yesterday’s day was catastrophic with two losses leaving the teams in a difficult situation. Giants lost to EDG with a result of 1-2 in a closely contested game and Krü fell with a 2-0 vs. Paper Rex.
The two teams have not started the World Cup as they would have liked and despite the fact that there were more than one disputed card during the afternoon and early morning, most decisive actions they were not for them.
The two winning teams remain in the competition through the winners’ bracket while Krü and Giants have to fight each other to keep on dreaming. The two hobbies lived the day with intensity and I’m sure they will do it again in the game that will leave them inside or outside of the target in Los Angeles.
As for the rest of the teams in the league, formations like Navi, DRX or BLG (who have been widely criticized for their attitude during matches), are described as possible champions of a tournament that still has a long way to go.
There have been many weeks of competition and many rivals have fallen and now neither team wants to to be left behind so easy. Ahead there is still a lot of championship to play for and a lot of bullets to shoot. And players go up the cards and don’t want to go on vacation.
Source: Esports AS
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