Gen.G’s NaturE Breaks World Valorant Champions Tour World File With 49 Kills


A match between TSM FTX and Gen.G on the VCT Stage 3 Challengers 2 closed qualifier noticed a number of information being damaged in the course of the showoff. Gen.G’s Nicholas “NaturE” Garrison secured an insane 49 kills, making it probably the most variety of kills ever secured in a Valorant match on the VCT. The earlier report was held by 100 Thieves’ Peter “Asuna” Mazuryk who secured 48 kills for his staff. TSM and Gen.G confronted off towards one another within the higher bracket on the VCT Stage 3 Challengers 2 and it not solely noticed NaturE placed on certainly one of his greatest performances, however followers additionally witnessed the longest match in Valorant Champions Tour historical past.

Gen.G vs TSM’s match on Cut up is the longest skilled Valorant match on the VCT

Whereas the primary map of the sequence went in Gen.G’s favor 13-10, the second map turned the occasion on its head. Gen.G managed to safe a 9-3 lead earlier than TSM managed to tug off a comeback and take the match to time beyond regulation (12-12). However followers weren’t ready for what was going to come back subsequent with each groups battling it out all the best way to 23-21.

Valorant shouldn’t be designed to go over the everyday variety of rounds and each professional groups probably pushed the sport to its limits with the endless time beyond regulation. The earlier report for the longest recreation in an official Valorant occasion was set by India’s Velocity Gaming and God Squad on the TEC Challengers #1 occasion the place Velocity received 21-19 on Haven on the higher bracket finals. The report has lastly been damaged and it will likely be a match to recollect for Gen.G and TSM followers.

TSM ended up profitable the sequence however Gen.G remains to be in rivalry, with the staff competing within the decrease bracket in a bid to qualify for VCT Masters 3. A rematch remains to be doable later within the occasion and it will likely be fascinating to see if the information set by each groups will likely be damaged this season.