Fueled by collaborative play and creative strategy from the five-man roster featuring Michael “dapr” Gulino, Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan, Hunter “SicK” Mims, Tyson “TenZ” Ngo, and Jared “zombs” Gitlin, the Sentinels earned the most illustrious victory in competitive VALORANT history Sunday claiming championship glory in the first-ever VALORANT Masters event.
Sentinels have reached the finals in each of Riot Games’ first three VALORANT Champions Tour events, winning the first VALORANT Challengers event of the year in February and now defeating FaZe Clan in grand finals of VALORANT Masters Stage 1 in a 3-0 sweep. MVP honors were awarded to TenZ on the series-opening map Ascent and dapr on both Bind and Haven respectively.
To commemorate our VALORANT Masters Championship, we are releasing limited edition NFTs. To own a piece of Sentinels history, email firstname.lastname@example.org to be notified about specifics regarding the date and location of the collection’s release.
This is the seventh championship that the organization has won in competitive VALORANT since the beginning of competition in April 2020. Sentinels have also earned the most prizing in VALORANT Esports, claiming over $187,000 in that same time frame.
Sentinels claimed the top prize of $60,000 for their championship victory, as well as crucial points toward qualification for the global VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT).
The five-man roster battled through several weeks of open qualifiers beginning in January with over 128 entrants fighting to earn a spot in VALORANT Masters to determine the best team in North America.
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