With a event as exciting as Valorant Masters: Reykjavik, there are standout players that deserve to be praised and acknowledged, and with great performances from Sentinels, Fnatic, and other competitors, Valorant pro play has reached a new peak. Here's the 5 best players from Valorant Masters at Reykjavik.
5 Best Players From Valorant Masters: Reykjavik
1. Tyson "TenZ" Ngo
If there's one singular player that's dominated Reykjavik, it's TenZ. He leads all players in average combat score, K:D ratio, and kills per round. He's a crucial part to the Sentinels success so far, and has shown fans everywhere why he's considered among Valorant's elite.
2. Nikita "Derke" Sirmitev
The young player from Fnatic has been just as good as TenZ, perhaps even better, and has led his team to the Grand Finals against the Sentinels. He won MVP on Days 1, 5, and 6, leading the way for all players. At the young age of 18, fans will be lucky to watch him develop and grow into the future.
3. Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom
The Belgian has been excellent so far, leading all players in average damage per round and headshot %, both of which have made him indispensable to Team Liquid. Even though his team didn't achieve the outcome they were hoping for, ScreaM was a key contributor, and Team Liquid wouldn't have had a chance without him.
4. Wallacy "prozin" Sales
Just like ScreaM, prozin has led the way for Sharks Esports, topping all players in first kills per round, and clutch %, as well as scoring high average combat scores. Unfortunately, he didn't have much of a chance to shine, as Sharks Esports lost both games, and had a quick exit from Reykjavik.
5. Shahzeb "ShahZaM" Khan
The veteran player for the Sentinels, ShahZaM has been the stellar all-rounder for his team, helping provide much needed damage and strategy for his team to success. TenZ might be the face of the Sentinels, but ShahZaM is the brain.
Stats courtesy of VLR.gg.