Gustavo "HerdsZ" Herdina has been part of w7m esports since May 2020. He played for the Bulls in 2021 as the roster narrowly avoided relegation.
Now, after representing w7m esports at five different competitions outside Brazil, HerdsZ and company are international champions.
With an overall SiegeGG rating of 1.20, HerdsZ has been chosen as the MVP of the BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen.
This comes after going unbeaten in eight matches, including victories against Team Bliss and Wolves Esports in Phase 1, SCARZ, Team Liquid, and Soniqs in Phase 2, and MNM Gaming, FaZe Clan, and Team Liquid in Phase 3.
After the Brazilian's performance against Team Liquid, HerdsZ was the fourth-best rated player in the competition, had the second-best K-D, and the fifth-best entry balance. He also contributed to his team's championship with four clutches and one plant.
BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen EVPs
Following his stay in MIBR, Felipe "FelipoX" De Lucia joined w7m esports in March. He came as one of the substitutes for Julio "JULIO" Giacomelli and Gabriel "volpz" Fernandes.
FelipoX has been one of the best players for the Bulls in Copenhagen, Denmark. He was the second-best rated player in the grand finals with a SiegeGG rating of 1.23.
The Brazilian was rated the seventh best-player in the competition with a SiegeGG rating of 1.19. He has also stood out for his clutch potential, as he completed seven clutches throughout 13 maps.
André "NESKWGA" Oliveira has been Team Liquid's best player in Copenhagen. He averaged a SiegeGG rating of 1.14 and was the best entry fragger in the competition with an entry balance of 25-12 (+13).
Unfortunately, NESKWGA and Team Liquid lost the match, his third lost grand final at a major international competition after the Six Invitational 2021 and the Six Jönköping Major.
In his second international competition under Soniqs, Ben "CTZN" McMillan finished with the third-best SiegeGG rating (1.23). He was very important for the team to go from Phase 1 to the semi-finals, where the North Americans lost against the eventual champions, w7m esports.
Another Brazilian player joins the list, this time Gustavo "Psycho" Rigal. It's his fourth international EVP, after the Six Invitational 2018 and 2021, the Six Sweden Major 2021, and the Allied Esports Las Vegas Minor 2019.
In Copenhagen, Psycho was the second-best rated player with a SiegeGG rating of 1.23. He reached the quarter-finals with Ninjas in Pyjamas, as the Brazilians lost to Soniqs.
Finally, MNM Gaming's player Fatih "Solotov" Türker joins the list as the only player with more than 200 kills in the competition. After 18 maps played in Copenhagen, the Turkish player finished the tournament with a SiegeGG rating of 1.19 and a K-D of 204-149 (+55).
MNM Gaming reached the quarter-finals, as the European roster lost to w7m esports by 1-2.
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