Team Liquid secured a spot in Valorant Champions at the end of the year by winning the EMEA Last-Chance Qualifiers. ScreaM recruited his brother, Nivera, to help his team make it to the next stage of this year's series.
After a dominant Liquid run, it should come as no surprise that their top fragger, SreaM himself, was at the top of the list for average combat score. Leo of Guild, who finished second to Liquid, was nearly 30 points behind ScreaM in second place.
Liquid separated themselves from the pack in LCQ. If they can keep going like this, they have a real shot at winning Champions in December.