LOUD Remains Undefeated Going Into Super Week

Week 3 of the Valorant Champions Tour: Americas League is in the books, and all teams are preparing for the Super Week. With twice as much Valorant action, we break down the top teams so far.

The Valorant Champions Tour: Americas League has just finished its 3rd week of play with LOUD closing out the week with an impressive 2-0 over FURIA Esports, making them the last undefeated team in the league. They will look to keep their perfect season intact through the Super Week schedule in Week 4. With twice as much Valorant being played this upcoming week, you won’t want to miss any of the action!

Current Valorant Champions Tour: Americas Standings 

LOUD continued their dominance in the VCT: Americas League taking down the only other undefeated team in the league in FURIA Esports last week. Not only did they win, but they absolutely destroyed their opponents, as FURIA Esports was only able to score 9 rounds on the first map and 4 on the second. Next week sees them take on two struggling teams, Sentinels and Evil Geniuses, as they look to continue their win streak. 

Cloud9 has looked really strong this year. Currently sitting with a 2-1 match record, their only loss is to LOUD in a match that was back and forth. Their wins this year over Evil Geniuses and 100 Thieves were both clean 2-0 wins. I expect them to continue to have success next week as they take on a struggling NRG team before being tested by a formidable FURIA Esports. 

Leviatan Esports has looked pretty solid this year despite their loss to FURIA Esports and having otherwise easy opponents in NRG and Sentinels. We are going to find out a lot about Leviatan this week as they take on MIBR and 100 Thieves, two teams that may present them with a challenge. Leviatan Esports is definitely the team to watch for this week, as they’re sure to have some entertaining matches. 

Despite FURIA Esports’ loss to LOUD last week, the team has looked good prior despite their opponents not being the best. This week will tell us a lot when they have to face off with Cloud9 on the last day of the super week. Luckily they will have a “warm-up” match against Evil Geniuses to start out their week to try and get a little momentum after the loss. 

MIBR is the last of the 2-1 teams. They’re another team that hasn’t faced the best opponents, but you have to give them respect due to their only loss being against LOUD in a 2-1 match. Their match against Leviatan should tell us a lot about both teams. They will then close out their week against 100 Thieves. MIBR is definitely a team to watch going as the Valorant Champions Tour: Americas League continues.  


  1. LOUD (3-0)
  2. Cloud9 (2-1)
  3. Leviatan Esports (2-1)
  4. FURIA Esports (2-1)
  5. MIBR (2-1)
  6. 100 Thieves (1-2)
  7. NRG (1-2)
  8. Sentinels (1-2)
  9. Evil Geniuses (1-2)
  10. KRU Esports (0-3)

Valorant Champions Tour: Americas Schedule

All times listed are in Eastern Time. 

Friday, April 21st

LOUD vs Sentinels – 3 PM

Leviatan Esports vs MIBR – 6 PM 

Saturday, April 22nd

KRU Esports vs 100 Thieves – 3 PM

Evil Geniuses vs FURIA Esports – 6 PM 

Sunday, April 23rd

NRG vs Cloud9 – 3 PM

MIBR vs Sentinels – 6 PM

Monday, April 24th

Leviatan Esports vs 100 Thieves – 3 PM

Evil Geniuses vs LOUD – 6 PM 

Tuesday, April 25th

Cloud9 vs FURIA Esports – 3 PM

NRG vs KRU Esports – 6 PM