Asteria, a Valorant Indian women’s esports team, qualified for the VCT Game Changers SEA Elite after winning the FSL Open Wildcard earlier today.
Since its introduction by Riot Games earlier in February 2021, Valorant Champions Tour Game Changers has created opportunities for professional female esports players around the world. Asteria proved her dominance in Valorant’s South Asian esports scene with this performance.
In the VCT Game Changers SEA – FSL Open Wildcard qualifiers, Asteria defeated Lightality Estelle in the Lower Bracket final with a score of 3-1. They reached the Elite tournament, with the MAD Army, whom they lost to earlier in the Upper Bracket final.
Asteria dominates the Valorant Champions Tour Game Changers SEA – FSL Open Wildcard Playoffs
Asteria started their VCT Game Changers SEA – FSL Open Wildcard Playoffs journey without losing a single card in their first two games against G9 and Komorebi Hearts, respectively. However, in the Upper Bracket final against MAD Army, they lost 1-3 in a best-of-five series.
This led to them battling Lightality Estelle in the Lower Bracket Final to clinch last place in the SEA Elite Game Changers Valorant Champions Tour.
It was a tough fight for Asteria against Lightality Estelle. Even though they lost the third card, Ascent, with a score of 8-13, they came out victorious on the other three cards, Haven (13-6), Split (13-5) and Icebox (13-2) .
Asteria will now face the following Valorant teams that have qualified for the VCT Game Changers SEA Elite tournament:
- Celestial Alter Ego
- Nigma Galaxy Female
- Renatus White
- Aricat Aresta
- TC Get Up
- BIG FALSE
- CRAZY Army
The South Asian scene of Valorant has received a huge boost in recent months after Riot Games collaborated with NODWIN Gaming and hosted the Valorant Conquerors Championship.
Previously, it was Global Esports from India that won the VCC in August 2021 and locked its place in the VCT APAC Last Chance Qualifier. Now, Asteria has seized the opportunity to represent the region on an international stage, at the VCT Game Changers SEA Elite.
FSL Valorant Champions Tour Game Changers SEA Elite will kick off on October 23, 2021. Valorant’s South Asian fans, especially those from India, are delighted to see Asteria representing the region on an international stage.