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C9 vs KRU Valorant Americas: Predictions, Head-to-Head, Rosters and Where to Watch

Adnan Juzar Kachwala

C9 Vs KRU Valorant Americas: Predictions, Head to Head, Rosters and Where to Watch

C9 is set to take on KRU as we approach the ending of Valorant Americas. There are no major stakes in this match except for clout, for both teams. Let us break it down.

Valorant Americas is in its final week. We recently saw Sentinels get a much-needed win against FURIA. However, their chances of qualifying are still looking nimble. This match between C9 and KRU is being played, almost as a formality since people are waiting for two of the most important matches in the league that decide the rest of the playoffs. One is LOUD and Leviatan while the other is 100T and MIBR.

Let us break down this match and see if KRU has hopes of beating the C9 squad, who have in spite of all odds, looked really clean this season.


  • Will C9 squash KRU and Make their Record 0-9 in Valorant Americas?
  • Predictions
  • Head-to-Head
  • Rosters
  • Where to Watch

Will C9 squash KRU and Make their Record 0-9 in Valorant Americas?

C9 has looked dominant in the league despite the departure of Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker and Anthony “vanity” Malaspina. The Jake “jakee” Anderson and Dylan “runi” Cade pick-up has blessed the team and their comps have looked solid. Facing them is KRU who has displayed poor performances in the whole league. They haven’t won a single match and if they lose this one, they will have lost every single match in the league.


C9 has dominated every team they have faced in this league except LOUD who are undoubtedly the best team in Valorant Americas. KRU on the other hand have lost every match and have failed to capitalize on the opportunities they got when they equalized or won maps.

This will be C9 winning the game 2-0. Any other result would definitely be an upset on the side of KRU. They desperately need to make changes to their team, whether it is the players themself or the strategy.


These two teams have faced off against each other only once and that was during Red Bull Home Ground. Back then, Yay and Vanity were still a part of the team. C9 won the match 2-0. KRU gave a nice fight to C90 but they won it anyways. We believe it will be the same case this time.



  • Nathan “leaf” Orf
  • Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro
  • Erick “Xeppaa” Bach
  • Dylan “runi” Cade
  • Jake “jakee” Anderson

KRU Esports

  • Angelo “keznit” Mori
  • Santiago “Daveeys” Ruiz
  • Marco “Melser” Amaro
  • Nicolas “Klaus” Ferrari
  • Juan Pablo “NagZ” Lopez Miranda

Where to Watch

You can watch this match by tuning into the Valorant Americas Twitch or YouTube streams. If you want a little fun and banter, switch over to Tarik’s stream. The match will begin at 12:00 PM PDT. If you live in any other time zone, use this converter. This will be a good match and we recommend tuning in to watch it for fun since there are no major stakes on the line.

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About the author

Adnan Juzar Kachwala

Adnan Juzar Kachwala


Adnan Kachwala is a Gaming Journalist working as a Content Writer at The SportsRush. Adnan started covering Valorant when he watched Shroud dominate public matches with his aim. He wanted to write about Call of Duty ever since his first Nuclear in Black Ops II. He has an expertise in FPS games like Call of Duty and Valorant and has been covering them along with other games for more than two years. He has written more than 600 articles on both of those games along with other popular AAA titles. He has a Mass Media Degree with a Specialization in Journalism. Adnan has an expertise writing listicles related to Gaming and reviewing newer releases. When he is not making content, you can find him reading books, creating videos and watching Valorant Esports on Twitch.

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