The Esports Club Gauntlet - Season 1 - Regular Season which kicked off the 12th of June, Saturday is the league season of the TEC Gauntlet Season 1 featuring a 2,50,000 INR prize pool up for grabs for 16 teams split in groups of two.
The Gauntlet Series is brought to you by The Esports Club and is sponsored by AMD & WD Black.
Here are the summarized events from Day 11 if you missed them:
The Groups are:
|Group A||Group B|
|Global Esports||Velocity Gaming|
|Force One||True Rippers|
|Godlike Esports||Enigma Gaming|
|Team Valor||Kuch Bhi|
Fixtures for Day 14:
Velocity Gaming v/s Team FANGS [2-0]
Team FANGS took on Velocity Gaming to begin the day, but Velocity gaming took the game without much hassle, in a series scoreline of 2-0. Velocity took the first map being Haven, 13-6, and the second map, Split, 13-3. An overall dominant performance from the Kings of Indian VALORANT.
Hellf and mw1 had both very good games, with Amaterasu, the IGL being the only one going negative. Amaterasu also gave away 5 first deaths, which FANGS were clearly not able to take full advantage of, which is reflected on the scoreline.
Force One Esports v/s Team INSIGNIA [2-0]
Next up, we saw Force One take on the underdogs Team Insignia who have been experimenting with a 6-man roster swapping out seemple for SPD Black Ranger and Trill (who has now left) for Gravity. Force One did end up taking both the maps, in the typical entertaining fashion of 13-7 on Split and 13-4 on Ascent.
Rafaa and Scargod both having great games on the Raze and Astra respectively, with with RvK like always being as solid and dependable as he is. On the side of Insignia, none of them particularly had a good game to write home about, but the effort, with their recent changes was definetly respectable.
What to look out for on Day 13:
Day 15 will start off with T69 taking on True Rippers, whilst later on the day, Enigma Gaming will be taking on ROG Academy.
The games will be streamed live here. Tune in at 11 AM IST for action packed VALORANT goodness!