If League of Legends has a Korean-Chinese war, Valorant also owns an ‘infinity war’ between NA and EMEA.
Every time an international Valorant tournament starts, fans raise a lot of controversy about the strongest region of the world Valorant. Like the famous League of Legends with the clash between Korea and China, the community of FPS games in general or Valorant in particular also has such an ‘infinity war’ between NA (North America) and EMEA ( Europe and Middle East).
NA teams tend to be more tactical. For example, the success of the Sentinels in the past was assessed because the NA teams had not learned much about the ‘classes’, TenZ and his teammates at that time could comfortably ‘put their hands on’. ‘ your opponents without worrying too much about the tactical part. However, in recent times, NA has improved a lot, and is also almost the leader in the use of unique meta types. In NA, fans see a high level of tactics, the ability to control the tempo of the game more than the ‘phantom’ shooting situations (although there are still but not often).
As for EMEA, this is the place where skill shooting is emphasized. From players like Liquid’s ScreaM, Fnatic’s Alfajer… all have one thing in common that EMEA’s top teams are home to a lot of ‘big guys’. EMEA’s strategy is quite simple, ‘hit is defeat’. However, that is not to say that EMEA is completely without strategy, in fact, this area’s cards are mostly about changing lives and simplifying the situation of more direct gunfights.
At the present time, to evaluate which area is stronger is really a very difficult question to answer. Not to mention, FPS is not like MOBA games, there will definitely be competition days when the players ‘in the hands’ will produce extremely magical processing phases. Also by placing such emotional emphasis, the FPS background in general and Valorant in particular of EMEA and NA will never end.
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