This live, LAN event took place at the Red Bull Gaming Sphere in London, and the atmosphere was absolutely electrifying. That is, in part, due to the thrilling final between last year's second-place finishers, Team Liquid, and Acend.
Here's what went down at the Red Bull Home Ground tournament, as well as the final standings.
Team Liquid wins Red Bull Home Ground
In last year's Red Bull Home Ground Invitational, Team Liquid ended as the runners up, losing to G2 Esports in the final.
This year, Team Liquid's thirst for victory could not be denied, as they ended top of Group D taking revenge on G2 Esports before proceeding to the playoffs.
In the playoffs, Team Liquid barreled through LND UTD and Tenstar to meet rivals Acend in the grand final of Red Bull Home Ground.
Team Liquid kicked off the grand final by securing victory on their home ground map of Split with a 15-13 score. While the first map was close, the second really went the distance. Acend took an early lead on Bind but Team Liquid mounted an incredible comeback from an 11-5 scoreline to push things into overtime.
Unfortunately for Liquid, Acend pulled things back and won Bind with a score of 17-15 in overtime.
Team Liquid showed no mercy on the third map, Ascent, beating the Turkish team 13-11. On the fourth and final map, Breeze, definitely wasn't a breeze, but Team Liquid secured another 13-11 victory to become the Red Bull Home Ground champions.
Red Bull Home Ground - final results
With a total prize pool of €60,000 and the title of Red Bull Home Ground champion on the line, the 16 teams involved fought their hearts out.
In the end, each team got a piece of the prize pool, with Team Liquid walking away with the lion's share.
Check out the final results and prize pool distribution for Red Bull Home Ground below.
It was, without a doubt, a thrilling finale to watch. Don't believe us? Well, you can check out the final day of the Red Bull Home Ground Invitational below.
A big congratulations go out to Team Liquid for winning the tournament and the first-place prize of €20,000.
It was a nail-biting affair to watch, showcasing the immense skill of these EMEA Valorant teams.
Acend’s Mehmet Yağız "cNed" İpek won Legion MVP Award and a new Lenovo Legion Y25-25 240hz gaming monitor.
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