This past weekend marked the end of the first-ever Asus ROG Valkyrie League with Leetpro.fe coming second and bringing home a prize of R15 000.
The double elimination play-off weekend saw Leetpro.fe beat Amaryllis Gaming in the first round on Saturday, after which the Leetpro ladies lost against Bravado Finesse in the upper bracket final. Sunday saw a repeat of the previous day with a win against Amaryllis in the lower bracket and a 3-1 loss versus Bravado in the grand final.
“The ladies put in a lot of hard work and dedication over the past nine weeks. We are proud of our second place, but hope to come back even stronger for season two of the league especially with the welcome addition of new .fe coach Thulani ‘LighteRTZ’ Sishi ,” says Leetpro owner Johan Bezuidenhout.
Leading up to the play-offs, Leetpro.fe kicked off the round-robin stage with a bang recording a 16-4 win against Omnius Gaming Sphinx on April 4. Despite drawing a bye in the third round of the competition, the ladies were on a winning streak beating Glacier Purple 16-2, Aperture Gaming – Fallen 16-2 (reset to 16-0 after they dropped out of the league), ZAG | Fearless 16-4, Nemesis Females 16-1, recording a 16-0 after Vixens disbanded and beat Amaryllis 16-6, while Bravado Finesse beat Leetpro in the last round-robin match.
Leetpro would like to thank Mettlestate and Asus for promoting competitive esports among females.