Velocity Gaming are the Valorant Sky Showdown Champions
Earlier this week, Sky E-sports announced the 'Skyesports Championship 2.0, Valorant Sky Showdown' with a prize pool of ₹1.5 lakh, where many popular streamers and professional players were invited to participate.
The teams for this tournament were divided based on regions of India. The concept of the tournament was similar to IPL, where teams are based on various regions of the country.
After a riveting series of matches, Team Kolkata i.e Velocity Gaming and Team Chennai i.e Team Tamilas stood strong as the grand finalists.
Velocity Gaming i.e Team Kolkata became the champions of Skyesports Championship 2.0, Valorant Sky Showdown by defeating Team Chennai with a score of 2-1in the Grand-Finale
Antidote receives the WD Black Star Player Award
Sabyasachi 'Antidote' Bose had the highest K/D/A of 117/16/18 in the tournament and hence was awarded the WD Black Star Player Award for his top notch performance. In an interview with Antidote we asked him about his experience participating in the Valorant Sky Showdown, he said "It was a wonderful experience playing the skyesports tournament and specially when you were representing your home city. We should have these kind of IPL format tournament more often."
The CEO of Velocity Gaming- Manoj 'Sentinel' Kasyap is a FPS Gamer himself, hence he was a part of Team Kolkata's lineup for this tournament, filling in for Vibhor 'Vibhore' Vaid. In an interview with Sentinel we asked him about his experience participating in this tournament, he said that Anuj 'Amaterasu' Shah was one of the best IGL he had played with and had an amazing experience participating in the Valorant Sky Showdown.