Fnatic vs. ZETA DIVISION Clash at Valorant Champions 2023

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08/08/2023 | Fnatic vs Zeta Division at Valorant Champions 2023. | Credits: Twitter

Valorant Champions 2023 is in full swing in Los Angeles, showcasing the world’s elite teams in this year’s most anticipated event. After two intense days of battles, the excitement continues with thrilling matchups. One such showdown is between Fnatic and ZETA DIVISION, adding to the grandeur of Valorant Champions 2023, offering an impressive prize pool of $2,250,000. With the best squads from the Americas, EMEA, Pacific, and China locking horns, the competition promises ultimate glory and fierce rivalry.


Predictions lean heavily in favour of Fnatic, the undisputed titans of Valorant. Their consistent dominance in the game sets them apart, with no other team even coming close to their prowess. Reigning as back-to-back champions at VCT Lock//In and Masters Tokyo, Fnatic holds an unparalleled position in the esports landscape. As clear favourites, not only for this matchup but for Valorant Champions Los Angeles 2023 as a whole, Fnatic’s reputation is towering.

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However, ZETA DIVISION is not to be underestimated, fresh off their VCT: Pacific LCQ victory. Their ability to conquer top-tier opponents on the grand stage demonstrates their potential. Yet, toppling the formidable Fnatic roster demands substantial effort, a challenge highlighted by recent outcomes.

Reflecting on their history, ZETA DIVISION notably upset the previous Fnatic lineup at Masters Reykjavik 2022. A recent clash in Riot Games’ One Pro Invitational tilted in favor of the current Fnatic roster, ending 1-0.

Recent performances affirm Fnatic’s supremacy, having clinched a smooth victory at Masters Tokyo 2023. This momentum propels them as clear frontrunners entering Valorant Champions 2023.

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ZETA DIVISION’s commendable achievements include triumph in the VCT: Pacific LCQ, securing their spot in Champions 2023, and setting their ambitions high.


Anticipated lineups include:


  • Jake “Boaster” Howlett (IGL)
  • Nikita “Derke” Sirmitev
  • Emir Ali “Alfajer” Beder
  • Leo “Leo” Jannesson
  • Timofey “Chronicle” Khromov
  • Maks “kamyk” Rychlewski (Substitute)
  • Jacob “mini” Harris (Head Coach)


  • Koji “Laz” Ushida
  • Tomoaki “crow” Maruoka
  • Yuma “Dep” Hashimoto
  • Shota “SugarZ3ro” Watanabe
  • Tenta “TENNN” Asai
  • Ryo “barce” Takebayashi (Substitute)
  • Hibiki “XQQ” Motoyama (Coach)
  • Yuya “JUNiOR” Sawada (Coach)
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Fans worldwide can catch the live stream of the Fnatic vs. ZETA DIVISION match on Valorant’s official YouTube and Twitch channels. Scheduled for August 8, 2023, at 3 pm PDT / 12 am CEST (next day) / 3:30 am IST (next day), this clash promises intense action. Link your Riot account to Twitch for exclusive drops and immerse yourself in the Valorant Champions 2023 spectacle.

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Anish Prasad
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