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SiegeGG BLAST R6 Major Atlanta MVP: Jv92

Jv92 is your SiegeGG MVP of the BLAST R6 Major Atlanta.

Banner image: Ubisoft / João F. @itsmeERROR

Following an exciting run through Phase 2 and three well-deserved victories against Geekay Esports, G2 Esports, and LOS in Phase 3, w7m esports, João "Jv92" Vitor is your SiegeGG Most Valuable Player.

Although Gustavo "HerdsZ" Herdina's numbers were almost identical in some aspects of the game, the 20-year-old had a better overall SiegeGG rating and KOST — 1.20 compared to HerdsZ's 1.16.

It's also worth noting that Jv92 finished the Major as the player with the best K-D, which was 125-79 (+46).

In Phase 2, Jv92 was the best-rated player in every w7m esports victory. Overall, the young Brazilian averaged a SiegeGG rating of 1.37. Against Geekay Esports and G2 Esports, the Brazilian registered ratings of 1.00 and 1.30, respectively. Eventually, he was the best player in the final match against LOS, with a SiegeGG rating of 1.21.

Overall, Jv92's SiegeGG rating was the fifth-best in the BLAST R6 Major Atlanta. He was the second-best Brazilian in the competition only behind Júlio "Lobin" Gabriel, who played one more map than the w7m esports player.


SiegeGG also awards Exceptionally Valuable Player to those who fall short of the main distinction.

  Gabriel "HerdsZ" Herdina: Wasn't it obvious? HerdsZ was crucial for w7m esports during the whole tournament, as he was the second-highest rated in the team with a SiegeGG rating of 1.16. He was the third-best entry in the competition, only behind Yanis "Mowwwgli" Dahmani and Júlio "Lobin" Gabriel.

  Júlio "Lobin" Gabriel: He was LOS' best player as he got the second-highest SiegeGG rating (1.24) in the competition, arguably the first as Richard "blk" Rodríguez (1.30) only featured in three maps. He was also crucial in the team's pivotal match against Ninjas in Pyjamas in Phase 2 and led the team against DarkZero Esports and FaZe Clan with SiegeGG ratings of 1.79 and 1.23, respectively.

  Felipe "nade" Ferreira: Although the Brazilian only performed eight plants in Atlanta, the Thermite and Mute main was clinical. With a KOST of 71, an entry balance of 10-5 (+5), and three clutches, the former Black Dragons player helped the Bulls massively. Against LOS in the grand final, nade got the highest KOST (76) and the third-highest SiegeGG rating (1.10).

UK  Jack "Doki" Robertson: While his teammate Karl "Alem4o" Zarth was the best G2 Esports' player following Phase 2 with a rating of 1.40, the Brazilian fell off in Phase 2. Meanwhile, with a SiegeGG rating of 1.45, the Scottish led the Europeans to a shocking victory against Team BDS, which ended in the Frenchmen missing out on the Six Invitational 2024. Overall, Doki was G2 Esports' best-rated player with the third-best SiegeGG rating in Atlanta (1.22) and a KPR of 0.98.

 Thiago "Handy" Ferreira: The FaZe Clan player was an instrumental piece as he showed great consistency throughout the whole tournament. He was the best player on the team against Ninjas in Pyjamas (1.46) and the second-best against Bleed Esports (1.22). In Phase 3, he was the best at FaZe Clan against Spacestation Gaming.

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