TSM Vs Gen.G breaks record for the longest VCT VALORANT game ever played.

TSM Vs Gen.G breaks record for the longest VCT VALORANT game ever played.
TSM Vs Gen.G breaks record for the longest VCT VALORANT game ever played.

TSM Vs Gen.G: The TSM Vs Gen.G VALORANT match just made history by making it the longest professional level VALORANT game ever played. This game was the longest on the North American VALORANT Champions Tour and broke the previous record which was held by Velocity Gaming and God Squad. That match was a part of the TEC Challenger Series 1 and was held in India. The match went on for 40 rounds before any conclusion came out. That record is finally broken now!

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TSM Vs Gen.G:  TSM was not in a good position in the tournament and a win was a must for them to avoid elimination. Things didn’t go too well for them in the first match of the series and Gen.G took the win in the Bind by 13-10. However, the tables turned quickly as both teams arrived in Split and the scoreline got out of hand. TSM managed to unleash their full potential and eventually won the duel by a tight margin of 23-21. This match not only displayed the resilience shown by TSM, it also made history for becoming the longest game ever with 44 rounds.

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TSM Vs Gen.G:  Well, talking about records, that’s not all. The Gen.G gamer Nicholas ‘NaturE’ Garrison showed an incredible performance and broke the record for the most number of kills in one game at the VALORANT Champions Tour with 49 Kills while playing Kay-O. The 100 Thieves player Peter ‘Asuna’ Mazuryk previously held this record by securing 48 kills in a single match.

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After this match, Gen.G is in a dicey position as they move down to Challengers two’s lower bracket. Though, they can still manage to qualify for the Challengers Playoff, if they are able to win two consecutive matches. However, TSM advances to the upper bracket’s second round and are ready to face the winner from T1 vs Version1.

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