VCT Stage 3: Top 5 Best Valorant Teams to Watch Out

Here are the top five teams to look out for in VCT Stage 3, the Valorant Champions Tour Stage 3 to held at Berlin.

VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams

The Valorant eSports world is always interesting and fans are eagerly waiting for VCT Stage 3. The first major LAN tournament since Valorant’s release, the Valorant Champions Tour Stage 2 Masters, had ended last month in Reykjavik, Iceland.

A lot has changed for many teams since the last year. Based on recent performances and some speculation, here are the top five teams to look out for in VCT Stage 3, the Valorant Champions Tour Stage 3 to held at Berlin.

VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams

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VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams

With the change of team members in many Valorant teams and change in the game as well, the meta might change in the upcoming VCT.

1. Team Sentinels

Considered as one of the best teams in NA or even the world, this roster is stacked with top-tier talent from across the USA and Canada and the winner of VCT Stage 1. Formed back in 2020, this team went on to sign one of the best Valorant players in the world, Tenz. The roster is made of:

VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
  • Shahzeb “Shahzam” Khan
  • Hunter “SicK” Mims
  • Jared “Zombs” Gitlin
  • Michael “dapr” Gulino
  • Tyson “Tenz” Ngo

No doubt the team will perform flawlessly with such a coordinated team and some of the best players in NA region.

2. Fnatic

Fnatic is a professional eSports organization based in London, United Kingdom. This team has rose heights and was inches close to being the winners, but ended up second, losing to Sentinels in VCT Stage 2. With great potential and great team members, it definitely has a chance to perform well. The roster is made of:

VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
  • Jake “Bowster” Howlett
  • Domagoj “Doma” Fancev
  • James “Mistic” Orfila
  • Nikita “Derke” Simitev
  • Martin “Magnum” Penkov

3. Team Liquid

Team Liquid is a professional eSports organization founded in the Netherlands in 2000. Originally a Brood War clan, the team switched to StarCraft II during the SC2 Beta in 2010 and became one of the most successful foreign teams. On August 7, 2020, Team Liquid entered VALORANT by signing fish123. Their current roster compromises of:

VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
  • Dom ‘soulcas’ Sulcas
  • James ‘Kryptix’ Affleck
  • Travis ‘L1NK’ Mendoza
  • Adil ‘ScreaM’ Benrlitom
  • Elias ‘Jamppi’ Olkkonen

4. TSM

TSM is an American esports organization, created around the community website SoloMid. With consistent players in the team, it has higher chances of performing better in the VCT Stage 3. TSM is one of those teams who dominated the NA valorant scene for months, although they are not performing up to their own standards for the past few months. Their current roster compromises of:

VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
  • James “hazed” Cobb
  • Matthew “Wardell” Yu
  • Taylor “drone” Johnson
  • Yassine “Subroza” Taoufik
  • Braxton “Brax” Pierce

5. Andbox

Andbox is a professional American esports organization based in New York City. In addition to its VALORANT team, Andbox also manages other games. It definitely has an improved team and has higher chances of a promising performance in VCT Masters Stage 3. Their current roster compromises of:

VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
VCT Stage 3: Best 5 Valorant Teams
  • vice. Daniel Kim.
  • jcStani. Noah Smith.
  • yay. Jaccob Whiteaker.
  • seb. Sebastian Bucki.
  • mada. Adam Pampuch.

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