DRX Roster for Copenhagen Masters
DRX VS Players:
- Kim “stax” Gu-taek
- Kim “Zest” Gi-seok
- Goo “Rb” Sang-Min
- Myeongkwan “MaKo” Kim
- Yu “BuZz” Byung-chul
DRX VS Coaching Staff:
- Pyeon “termi” Seon-h
- Kwon “Argency” Soon-woo
- Kim “glow” Min-soo
The only South Korean representatives at Copenhagen, DRX VS, are ready to represent their region on the international stage and keep their win streak going. Let’s take a look at how their run went in the VALORANT Champions Tour 2022: Korea Stage 2 Challengers.
While there are many strong teams in the South Korean regional tournament, DRX VS are surely the strongest of all. The organization proved it by finishing the Group Stage without taking a single loss. They won 7 games, not even losing a single map in their run. Starting with DWG KIA as they took them down after 1 13-6 victory on Bind and 13-6 on Ascent.
Secondly, On Sla2ers were the victims despite having one of the most competitive rosters in the league with the former VS member, Lee “k1Ng” Seung-won. The dominance continued with back-to-back wins against World Game Star and Tartarus . VCT 2022 – Korea – Stage 2 – Main Event’s biggest surprise was surely Maru Gaming’s performance but even they could not cope with DRX VS. Chungnam JUEGO Esports got very close to ending DRX’s winning streak but the result did not change.
DRX won the series after a very close competition, 13-11 on Split and 17-15 on Ascent. Myeongkwan “MaKo” Kim stepped up in the series and held a 1.31 rating to keep their streak alive. Lastly, DRX VS took another easy win, this time against Spear Gaming, and finished the Group Stage with 7 series wins and 14 map wins.
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After being so dominant throughout the Group Stage, the VALORANT odds of DRX VS winning the title got even higher. They started the VCT 2022 Main Event playoffs from the Upper Bracket Semi Final.
World Game Star challenged them once again after taking down Maru Gaming in the Upper Bracket Quarter Finals. As expected, the result did not change as DRX secured another sweep to reach the Upper Bracket Final, 13-7 on Bind and 13-3 on Haven.
Before reaching the Grand Finals, DRX had to face DWG KIA, and another sweep happened. DRX did their best and won 8 rounds on Fracture and 10 on Split as it counted successful considering the dominance. Maru Gaming completed their miracle run by reaching the Grand Finals coming from the Lower Bracket but their run ended after getting swept by DRX, 13-4 on Split, 13-9 on Haven, and 13-3 on Ascent.
VCT Masters Copenhagen
DRX VS already started in a strong manner at the VCT Masters in Copenhagen. Northeption were their first opponents, and DRX VS didn’t break a sweat against them. While the Japanese squad took a few rounds on Ascent, the South Korean representatives closed out the match with a 13-8 score.
Bind would be the 2nd map of the series, and it ended up being an extremely one-sided match in favor of DRX. Northeption only managed to pick up a single round during the whole game, making it one of the shortest games ever.
The South Korean representatives are now waiting for their next opponents, which would be the winner of the FPX vs XIA series that is occurring July 11th 10:00 CT. If DRX VS wins their next match then they would come out as the strongest team in Group B of masters, which would be very unexpected for a lot of people. To make sure you have the best offers and sites when betting on this match visit our page on Valorant betting sites.