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FeaFeaFea wins the Valorant Cup

The team FeaFeaFea has won the Valorant Cup of the Occitanie Esports. They defeated the team Opportunists after a hotly contested BO5. However, they started with a point behind, due to their loss against these same Opportunits during the Winner Final. They therefore win the €3,000 promised to the winners.

Back to a very eventful final.


1st Match: Ascent

After losing 4-13 to the Opportunits on Ascent, we expected to see team FeaFeaFea lose the first match. What a mistake. The team of fearoth seemed particularly in good shape. They won the first two rounds without losing a single player. A service that set the tone for this entire first map.

Fearoth put his Odin to good use once again, taking numerous kills through the various walls of the map. The Opportunists didn't have time to prepare for their assaults. Especially when Bramz and JiNKZ are watching the smallest head that sticks out. Every player of FeaFeaFea has shone one time or another, achieving triple kills regularly.

FeaFeaFea won Ascent without ever being really worried, on a score of 13-3.


2nd Match: Split

The second round also started very well for FeaFeaFea who won the first few rounds in Attack. The team forced the Opportunists to play it safe in order to keep their hard-won weapons, given the low number of kills. This passive gameplay led to their loss in one round, where they got stuck in the vents under an ultimate of Brimstone.

Aware that the game is once again starting to slip away from them, TaKas started playing very aggressively. Rather than wait and cover the angles, Akumaaa and him started to bypass their opponents, even through FeaFeaFea's offensive smoke bombs. This winning strategy allowed them to come back to a score of 6-6 at sides' switch.

The Opportunists kept the pace once they were on the attack. They started with a perfect pistol round and then managed to land the spike in the next round. They took a lead in the economy on which they capitalised to the maximum. Once the two teams stabilised, the show became explosive. Breach and Raze from both teams pounded the battlegrounds simultaneously. Unfortunately for FeaFeaFea, the Opportunists' lead was too pronounced to recover.


3rd Match: Haven

If one were to rely on the final score of the game, one would think that FeaFeaFea won hands down. Yet each round has been very close. The Opportunists usually took a very serious numerical advantage, thanks to very good actions from Hoppy, but ultimately lost rounds on clutchs and quadrakills from various FeaFeaFea players.

At sides' switch, the score was 8-4. Going on Attack didn't work for the Opportunists either. Despite a quadrakill in one single magazine from TaKaS, the rest of the team struggled to stop the FeaFeaFea players. The latter adopted the same strategy of encirclement as in Defense, with success. FeaFeaFea then won the 3rd map and the two teams were tied in this Grand Final.


Last Match: Bind

The last match of this Occitanie Esports gave most players enough to make fragmovies. Between the Aces, the Quadrakills, and some improbable skillshots, the spectacle was there!

The first half of the game was pretty tight, but to the advantage of the Opportunists. Logan and TaKas provided a very strong defense on the short of both sites. The arrows of Fearoth on his Sova managed to dislodge his opponents a few times, allowing entry to sites. FeaFeaFea did damage control several times, notably thanks to clutches from LaAw, whose Reyna had struggled to convince until now, but who ultimately proved to be decisive.

With a score of 8 to 4 at sides' switch, it was hard to imagine Opportunists losing the final. And yet, the FeaFeaFea, and more particularly JiNKZ offered us a real demonstration. Despite losing in the pistol round, they didn't lose a single round until the end of the game.

On his Killjoy, an Agent rather defensive, he was hugely successful, performing quadrakills one after another. Bramz also shone, also making a series of spectacular executions. The Opportunists seemed completely outmatched by the aggressiveness of the FeaFeaFea and paid dearly for it.

While we imagined FeaFeaFea losing this final, they finally proved that they are the best team in France today.

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