Oasis Gaming’s Kurtesy leads CSB’s Romançon Gaming in AllG VALORANT Opener

The second AcadArena Alliance Games (AllG) split just kicked off last Saturday, October 1, 2022, and leading the VALORANT play-ins charge for CSB’s Romançon Gaming is none other than Oasis Gaming initiator Kurt Francis. »courtesy” Cinco.

As AllG’s VALORANT Play-Ins kicked off with their game first, Romançon Gaming beat MGS Clubs at Ascent 13-9.

Romançon’s side began their AllG conquest looking dominant like never before as they won the first round of the gun and sprinted to win seven rounds for themselves in the first nine rounds of the match. However, Club started to collect rounds late in the first half to eventually finish 7-5.

With a two-lap lead at half-time, Romançon lost ground as the Clubs quickly gained a few rounds to level the game. Luckily, Romançon pushed back and hit double digits first and eventually won the match.

Other VALORANT Results

The Romançon match wasn’t the only match streamed for Week 1. Here are the results of the week’s other streamed matches:

  • Zephyr (Philippine Institute of Technology – Quezon City) – Pan Pan (Central University of the Philippines)
    • Zephyrus swept the curse 9-3 to win Fracture 13-7.
  • Calayo (Central Mindanao University) – USTP Pioneers (Philippine University of Science and Technology)
    • Calayo made an impressive comeback on the back of Sayonara‘s 4K to complete the game on Bind 13-9.
  • Panthera Esports Orion (Systems Plus College Foundation) – Grayhawks (Philippine Technological University – Taguig)
    • Panthera Esports Orion team took down the Grayhawks as they won the close game over Bind 13-11.
  • Teletigers (University of Santo Tomas) – Khrysomallos (Asia-Pacific College)
    • The UST Teletigers pounced on their prey as they won in dominating fashion over Haven 13-4.

For more collegiate VALORANT action, tune into AcadArena’s Alliance Games live on their Facebook page.

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