VALORANT talent Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom believes his Team Liquid side can respond to their recent slump in form by beating everyone at the VCT Masters Reykjavik, having won their opening match against Kru Esports.
In their next match at the VCT Masters Reykjavik, Team Liquid are 3/10 to beat XERXIA Esports, who are 12/5 to come out on top.
Team Liquid went top of Group B following their first match at the Iceland event, having beaten Kru 2-0.
The team were only entered into the tournament after FPX were withdrawn due to roster issues, but they are determined to show that it is where they belong.
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Team Liquid struggled to impress in the recent EMEA Stage One Challengers, which finished last month, finishing with a 3-2 win-loss record in the group stage before being knocked out in the second round of the lower bracket.
The triumph against Kru should be a confidence-booster, though, and stands them in good stead in a section which also features XERXIA and OpTic Gaming.
And ScreaM has spoken highly of his team's chances after they beat Kru, suggesting they could go all the way in Reykjavik.
Regarding the win, ScreaM said: "I think we analyzed them pretty well, especially in the fracture. I don't think they expected that kind of comp.
"True fans know what Liquid is capable of. We were in a slump recently but I think we can beat everyone in this tournament.
"We have shown it in the past and today we showed up."