Taiwanese squad, Team Tempest, has won the Valorant SEA Invitational defeating Thai team, Team Titanium, in the grand final.

The Team Tempest squad, which consists of Hehe, Xargon, Zonda, together with former PUBG  pro player Hsu “KMoMo” Mao-Chun, and ex-CS:GO pro Sheng-Lun “crazyface” Zhang, took home US$3,200 for their first-place finish after beating Team Titanium 2-0 in the grand final.

In Game 1 on Haven, Team Tempest outclassed their opponents by taking a commanding 11-1 lead in the first half of the game, before finishing off the game 13-6. KMoMo played a perfect Cypher as Team Tempest’s C-site defender and was awarded the Game 1 MVP with a 20/13/0 KDA record.

Former Overwatch League pro, Pongphop MickiePP Rattanasangchod, put together some last-round heroics for Team Titanium with his superb Raze play in game two but Team Tempest managed to finish off their opponents with a 13-8 scoreline.

You can watch the full match between Team Tempest and Team Titanium here:

VALORANT SEA Invitational

The VALORANT SEA Invitational is live now! Available on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch in English, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Malaysia, Thai and Chinese. Find out more: https://valorantseainvitational.com/—Who is your favourite creator and why?Drop your answer with hashtag #VSIWIN and your Riot ID (e.g. RiotGames #1234) as a comment, and stand a chance to win Secretlab gaming chairs, AORUS gaming monitors and Intel NUC 9 Extreme kits. The most creative answers will win! Find out more: https://bit.ly/VSI-Giveaways—The VALORANT SEA Invitational giveaways are open to all players from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Taiwan who hold Riot IDs.

Posted by VALORANT on Friday, July 10, 2020

The Valorant SEA Invitational was the biggest Valorant tournament hosted in Southeast Asia to date — with 30 influencers, streamers and pro players from Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore.

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