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FaZe Clan Valorant Player Babybay Explains Why They Lost Against Sentinels: “They Watched Our Stuff”

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Andrej Francisty, known as “Babybay,” is a 25-year-old American former Overwatch player who has been playing Valorant under FaZe Clan jersey for over seven months. Also, he is known for his incredible Jett plays.

Yesterday, FaZe Clan lost against Sentinels in the semifinals of VCT Masters and after the match, Babybay spoke in a recent interview with Inven Global and talked about their performance.

In the conversation, Babybay mentioned that Sentinels study what they are playing and found out the tiny details that interrupted their gameplay. Also, he pointed out the crucial pistol round losses as one of the reasons why they lost as he gave credit to Sentinels for their gameplay.

Interviewer asked:

“You seemed pretty confident coming into the match, what went wrong against Sentinels today? Did they just disrupt your game plan too much?”

Babybay replied:

“I definitely feel like they watched our stuff and found out very tiny things that would interrupt our aggression and it was really well played by them. I feel like on our attacks we did find out answers for their adaptations for how we play, but it was too late by the time we figured it out. The game was just so far away from winning.

Not winning any pistol rounds also makes that even harder, trying to get back in the game. Our worst map was icebox, which was a landslide for Sentinels. I think they got 8 rounds in a row where we failed to adapt to something they were doing. But after that, we picked up three, and they only ended up winning one.

So we just took too long to adapt, whereas against other teams we are normally much quicker to find the answer to what other teams are doing. They deserved the win, they played it really well, we just have to be better.”

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