VCT Game Changers Series 2 Results

VCT Game Changers Series 2 Results

Brandon "Mothman" Moore

6/27/2021, 10:06:54 PM

The first VCT Game Changers event was a display of dominance from Cloud9 White. VCT Game Changers Series 2 was no different. Cloud9 White gave up one map in the qualifying rounds and that was it. A clean sweep through the Main Event bracket cemented their legacy even further in the NA Valorant scene.

Here are all of the VCT Game Changers Series 2 results that saw Cloud9 White forcefully take yet another championship.

VCT Game Changers Series 2 Results

Upper Quarterfinals

  • Shopify Rebellion 2:1 Dignitas
  • CLG Red 2:0 Just Breathe
  • Cloud9 White 2:0 NOTHING2LOSE
  • TSM 2:0 GX3

Lower Round 1

  • Dignitas 2:0 Just Breathe

Upper Semifinals

  • Shopify Rebellion 2:1 CLG Red
  • Cloud9 White 2:0 TSM

Lower Round 2

  • Dignitas 2:1 TSM
  • CLG Red 2:0 GX3

Upper Final

  • Cloud9 White 2:0 Shopify Rebellion

Lower Round 3

  • CLG Red 2:0 Dignitas

Lower Final

  • CLG Red 2:0 Shopify Rebellion

Cloud9 White sweeps CLG Red in Grand Final

The map order for the Grand Final of VCT Game Changers Series 2 was Split, Ascent, Icebox, Haven, and Bind. The latter two maps were not needed as C9 White defeated CLG Red 3:0.

After CLG Red got their revenge against Shopify Rebellion, they looked like the only team who could stand a chance with Cloud9 White. Cloud9 White made sure that wasn’t the case.

While CLG Red kept things close on Split, C9 finished things off 13:11. Ascent followed with a 13:9 score line. Icebox started off with a close round count at the half. Cloud9 White ended it with six attacking rounds to one CLG defensive round. That closed out the entire series 13:6.

Congratulations to Cloud9 White on the Game Changers victory. At this point, it is going to take a lot more than we have seen for Cloud9 White to be dethroned.

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Brandon "Mothman" Moore

Brandon is a long time gamer with a passion for writing. Combining the two has been a dream come true. He was Run It Back's official correspondent for First Strike NA and looks forward to covering the North American Valorant scene for a long time.