Demon1’s Participation in VCT Masters Tokyo Gives Evil Geniuses a Competitive Edge

Demon1, a star player for Valorant, will participate in the VCT Masters Tokyo event, giving Evil Geniuses a significant advantage in competing. After receiving his passport on June 6 and boarding a flight to the Japanese capital soon afterward, Max ‘Demon1’ Mazanov confirmed that he would participate in the VCT Masters Tokyo tournament. He made this announcement on his stream.

After it was first determined that Demon1 would not be competing in the competition, Evil Geniuses received a boost from this piece of information. On May 22, he announced that he wouldn’t be coming to Japan even if the squad qualified and that it would be the “original roster” playing in the competition instead.

He informed viewers on his webcast, “I got my passport less than 20 hours ago,” while he was live streaming. “I traveled nonstop from Seattle all the way here. This is the final appointment for obtaining a passport. After a very long travel, I have finally arrived in Tokyo.

Demon1 is going to compete at the VCT Masters in Tokyo

It is generally agreed upon that Demon1 is one of the most exciting Valorant talents currently active in North America. Also, the twenty-year-old made his first appearance for the team in the VCT Americas League Week 2 match against 100 Thieves. He maintained the starting spot with solid performances throughout the season.

He was instrumental in the team’s comeback from a 0-2 start to finish the regular season with a 4-5 record, ultimately leading to them winning a berth in the playoffs courtesy of MIBR’s shocking victory over 100 Thieves. Following that match, Demon1 became known for keeping his vow to shave his head live on stream, something he had committed to doing before the series began. Alongside DRX, Attacking Soul Esports, and FUT Esports, Evil Geniuses are competing in the VCT Masters Tokyo as a member of Group B. The team’s first group encounter, slated to take place on June 11, will be against FUT, the third seed in EMEA.

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