The two North American teams put in work ahead of the VCT, and 100 Thieves Asuna considered them the strongest squads in the competition so far.
The player said that Cloud9 and his team, 100 Thieves, were the fiercest competitors for next year because of their work, but the two teams were getting ready for the task, he said yesterday in an interview with Inven Global.
When asked which teams could stand out most to him, he answered us and Cloud9 — probably. He added that the main argument behind this fact is the amount of practice both squads have been having since last month. Cloud9, just because they’ve been practicing since now.  Both of us have been practicing since November, and no other team is doing that. The other team is taking a break, as Asuna said.
Asuna said that when discussing the bootcamp and the other events this year, the team members was trying to bring more collaboration. We’re only trying to grow up and understand everything we’ve been thinking about. I understand that we’re better, I explained.
100 Thieves are part of the U.S.C. vCT 2023: Americas League, which begins on March 26, 2023. Asuna and crew will also take part in VCT 2023: Lock in tournament, which is supposed to start on Feb. 13.