Valorant fans who’ve followed the game long enough will have heard of ‘Korean Jett’. The player who popularized that phrase is none other than Northeption’s Seoldam.

During VCT Japan Stage 2 Challengers Final, we saw his Jett mastery on full display against Japanese esports organization FAV gaming.

In the 18th round of Game 2 on Ascent, Seoldam activated Jett’s Blade Storm, dashing straight into four enemy agents at Mid tiles.

Immediately after getting the opening kill on the enemy Jett, Seoldam used Jett’s Cloud Burst smokes to create his own cover.

The following moments of the highlight showed why Seoldam is known as ‘Korean Jett’. With three targets in front of him, Seoldam used Jett’s Updraft to get an aerial kill on the enemy Omen.

This recharged his Tailwind ability, which he used to break the remaining enemy players’ aim by dashing right behind them. Seoldam did it all in one motion, which left the casters and fans in awe.

Seoldam’s official YouTube page has amassed multiple highlight-reel videos of him dominating as Jett.

He enjoys using Jett’s Blade Storm ultimate to dash straight into enemy targets. Even though it’s super risky, he always finds a way to make it work. The style is similar to Andrej “babybay” Francisty’s sneaking strategy.

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