T1 Invitational Valorant results were shared Thursday evening after the tournament finished.
Thursday marked the completion of the second Valorant official tournament hosted by T1 after 100Thieves hosted their own on April 14 - won by Team Shroud.
The T1 Invitational rounded out with a 2-0 victory by Team Brax - thanks to some impressive gameplay from Spencer “Hiko” Martin - a Counter Strike: Global Offensive veteran - against Team Dizzy.
T1 Invitational Valorant Results: Who Won the Valorant Tournament?
Team Brax included legendary names from CS:GO including: Braxton “Brax” Pierce, Keven “AZK” Larivière, Tyler “Skadoodle” Latham, Jordan “Nothing” Gilbert, and Spencer “Hiko” Martin.
Chris “Pucket” Pucket and Lauren “Pansy” Scott cast the event held on the T1 Twitch Channel. Eight teams filled the bracket including two group stage pools with the top two teams from each group stage pool moving on to a semifinal single-elimination style bracket. It was Team Dizzy and Team Brax moving out of Group A, and Team Cloakzy and Team Spot Up advancing from Group B. In the semifinal stage, Team Brax advanced over Team Cloakzy 2-0, while Team Dizzy took care of Team Spot Up with another clean 2-0.
Outside of one loss to Team Dizzy in the group stage; with a round count of 12-13, Team Brax went undefeated the rest of the tournament, including two impressive, dominating matches against Team Amber Liu and Team Jaomock both with round counts of 13-1.
The next official Valorant tournament will be held Friday, April 17, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. ET by both BoomTV and CashApp, with $20,000 in proceeds going towards COVID-19 relief efforts, and $10,000 in CashApp viewer giveaways for the live audience.