Envy has become quite the force in the Valorant scene, following their second place finish at the Valorant Champions Tour Masters Berlin event. It was in this event that the team defeated Masters Reykjavik champs Sentinels in the quarter finals, a victory that was part of a campaign that took them all the way to the grand finals, where they lost to Gambit Esports.
This achievement shows that Envy is the real deal, but that it also needs to be just a little better if it intends to take home the victory in the next major. To potentially see that happen, Envy has welcomed a new coach to its Valorant staff, in Chet "Chet" Singh.
Chet has been around the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Valorant scene for a while coaching multiple different teams including TSM and NRG in Valorant, and Evil Genuises and NRG in CS:GO. With this experience, we'll have to see whether Envy can go all the way in the VCT Champions tournament that will wrap up this year of Valorant esports in December.