The Grand Finals of NODWIN Agni Series is around the corner. These are the few things you might want to know before you watch the Finals.
NODWIN, one of the leading tournament organizers in India, is back with the Agni Series Finals this Wednesday. Earlier, it was supposed to be held on 2nd November, but Valorant has arrived with its latest patch update on the same day, resulting in a postpone of the matches. The tournament will be streamed live on 4th November, 5pm onwards on NODWIN Gaming's Youtube channel.
The following matches will be played in the Semi Finals:
- God Particles vs Reckoning eSports (5:00 PM)
- Velocity Gaming vs Global Esports (7:00 PM)
- The winners of the above matches will proceed to the Grand Finals scheduled at 9:00 PM on the same day.
- All the matches will be done in a Best of 3 formats.
Match insights you might want to know beforehand
Semi Final #1: God Particles Vs Reckoning Esports
Reckoning eSports vs God Particles is an interesting match up. Although God Particles have a shaky roster, as 2 of their prominent members, namely Abhay ‘KnightRider_’ Mulchandani and Shivam ‘sh1vy’ Ajmani are now a part of the organization GodLike, it would be interesting to see how they tackle their opponents with their new, unannounced roster.
God Particles were the runners up of Qualifier 1, losing to GodSquad with a 2-0 score, but they were given entry to the Agni Series final as GodSquad participated in the same tournament later on under the name of Global Esports. Reckoning eSports on the other hand seem very promising. They were recently crowned the champions of Valorant Warfare Qualifier 1. Previously known as Nezuko Gaming, there's a strong fight to expect from this team at the Agni Series Final.
Semi Final #2: Velocity Gaming Vs Global Esports
The 2nd Semifinal is probably the most awaited one by most Indian Esports fans. Considered as the 'El Clasico' of Indian Valorant, Velocity Gaming vs Global Esports is known for its nail biting matches. Two of the strongest teams in India as well as Asia Pacific region will fight for the Agni Series Final. The two have been previously matched many times, mostly towards the final stages of the tournaments.
Out of 7 matches between the two, Velocity Gaming has managed to grab 6 wins, and lost 1 at the TEC Challenger Series 3 Upper Bracket Finals with a 0-2 score. With the sudden transfer of Sagnik 'Hellff' Roy from Global Esports to Velocity Gaming, resulting in the arrival of Abhirup 'Lightningfast' Choudhury at Global Esports Valorant team as a stand-in, it would be interesting to see who gets a pass to the Agni Series Final.
The Indian Valorant Scene is scaling up high, new teams are being formed, the old teams are getting stronger. All 4 teams stand a chance to win the Agni Series Tournament.