Vision Striker, Korea's first ever professional VALORANT team, reached a huge milestone over the weekend, winning their 100th VALORANT series in a row without taking a single loss. The team has been competing in VALORANT Since June of 2020, and so far they have yet to lose a single series, though they do have four draws on their record.
The win streak is one of the longest win streaks ever in top-tier esports history, surpassing the 85 LAN match win-streak laid down by NIP in CS:GO back in 2012.
Vision Strikers secured their 100th victory against Feel So Good at this past weekend's KR VCT Stage 2 Challengers Qualifiers. The monumental 100-match winning streak follows the Vision Striker's already impressive championship victory at the VCT Stage 1 Masters 1 Tournament, where they defeated NUTURN to earn the Stage 1 title, 100 VCT points, and a $40,000 cash prize. Before that, the team took home the top prize at the First Strike Korea tournament in December of 2020.
The Vision Strikes roster is made up of five Korean former CS:GO professionals who formerly competed under the name MVP PK. MVP PK competed in CS:GO for over four years before the roster made the jump into VALORANT in June of last year under the name Vision Strikers. Since entering VALORANT, they have established absolute dominance over the other Korean region, and they are showing no signs of slowing down.
The team is currently competing in Group A of the VCT Stage 2 Challengers 1 competition. If they keep playing the way they have been, we can expect them to easily qualify for the VCT Stage 2 Masters International event taking place in Iceland in May.
Aaron is an esports reporter with a background in media, technology, and communication education.