VCT 2022 Masters Copenhagen is over, marking the end of VCT 2022 Stage 2. FunPlus Phoenix emerged as the new champion before Champions Istanbul, eclipsing North America and getting EMEA back at the top again. Let’s take a look at some of the most interesting stats from Copenhagen.
If you are interested in VALORANT esports, I advise you to study these stats deeply: they might point out what to expect from Champions Istanbul. We will witness the current professional meta in Last Chance Qualifiers from a variety of regions first. Still, Masters Copenhagen included much better teams and deserved more attention.
Most Valuable Players of Masters Copenhagen
Let’s start by looking at some individual performances.
Taking three MVP awards during the playoffs, SUYGETSU outclassed every single one of the players in Copenhagen, especially after joining his team late. He was definitely the most valuable player of Masters Copenhagen. SUYGETSU also won the grand finals MVP, and had an incredible tournament.
- FPX SUYGETSU - 3 MVPs
- PRX f0rsakeN - 2 MVPs
- OPTC Marved - 2 MVPs
- GLD Leo - 2 MVPs
- DRX Rb - 2 MVPs
- FPX Shao - 2 MVPs
For Paper Rex, Jinggg’s performance on Raze, Sage and Neon was especially critical and you can easily say that he took his team to grand finals. He topped the average combat score list with amazing numbers:
- PRX Jinggg - 262.1 ACS in 244 rounds
- GLD Sayf - 260.9 ACS in 229 rounds
- XSET Cryocells - 249.6 ACS in 119 rounds
- FNC Derke - 247.9 ACS in 234 rounds
- OPTC yay - 246.3 ACS in 393 rounds
However, due to his aggressive playstyle, Jinggg couldn’t lead the K/D stats. Instead, XSET’s Cryocells showed how well he can play and manage to survive with his Chamber and Jett performances:
- XSET Cryocells - 1.39 K/D in 119 rounds
- GLD Sayf - 1.35 K/D in 229 rounds
- GLD Leo - 1.24 K/D in 229 rounds
- OPTC yay - 1.22 K/D in 393 rounds
- FPX ardiis - 1.22 K/D in 554 rounds
Finally, average damage per round statistics once again praises Jinggg’s performance. It also highlights the most stable performances, like trexx and Cryocells:
- GLD trexx - 164 ADR in 229 rounds
- PRX Jinggg - 162.1 ADR in 244 rounds
- KRÜ keznit - 159.1 ADR in 182 rounds
- XSET Cryocells - 158.8 ADR in 119 rounds
- FNC Alfajer - 158.7 ADR in 234 rounds
- FNC Derke - 158.6 ADR in 234 rounds
- GLD Sayf - 158.2 ADR in 229 rounds
- XSET zekken - 158 ADR in 119 rounds
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Best agents in VALORANT’s Masters Copenhagen
It’s time to look at which agents prospered during the Masters Copenhagen. We knew the relatively new agents Chamber and Fade would have a significant pick rate, but I don’t think anyone expected this much. Chamber was seen in 77% of the games and followed closely by Raze and Fade.
- Chamber - 77% pick rate - 100% on Fracture and Icebox
- Raze - 54% pick rate - 96% on Bind and 0% on Breeze
- Fade - 52% pick rate - 91% on Ascent
- Viper - 46% pick rate - 100% on Icebox and 90% on Breeze
- KAY/O - 44% pick rate - 100% on Ascent
- Reyna and Phoenix - 0% pick rate
However, the list according to win rates don’t look similar, especially considering these agents are picked by both teams most of the time:
- Cypher - 100% win rate - 2.3% pick rate
- Omen - 63.2% win rate - 29% pick rate
- Sova - 60% win rate - 19% pick rate
- Sage - 56.7% win rate - 23% pick rate
- Viper - 55.7% win rate - 46% pick rate
Most played maps in VCT 2022 Masters Copenhagen
Let’s see the most played maps in Copenhagen as well. We have also listed if the attackers or defenders won in general. You can see that especially for the maps that are played less, defenders are advantaged:
- Fracture - Attacker-sided (55.06%) - 13 times (19.7%)
- Haven - Attacker-sided (52.79%) - 11 times (16.7%)
- Bind - Neutral (ATK 50.7%) - 13 times (19.7%)
- Ascent - Defender-sided (55.14%) - 11 times (16.7%)
- Split - Defender-sided (56.29%) - 7 times (10.7%)
- Icebox - Defender-sided (53.19%) - 6 times (9.1%)
- Breeze - Defender-sided (51.09%) - 5 times (7.4%)
Masters Copenhagen was played around Fracture, Haven, Bind and Ascent mostly. Only Ascent favoured the defenders. If pro players can get used to it fast, Pearl might bring balance when introduced to the competitive environment.