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Top 3 Pro Team Comps (July 2021)

Top 3 Pro Team Comps (July 2021)

Brandon "Mothman" Moore


It takes a lot to be a professional VALORANT player. Time, money, socialization, blood, sweat, and tears all go into being the best at VALORANT. Pro players know the sacrifices that have to be made. They know the objectives and how to reach them. That is why they are considered professionals. All of it culminates into championships for the elite. Nothing feels better than making it count with the right strategies, adjustments, and team comps.

Here are the three best team comps at the professional level according to Run It Back.

Top 3 Pro Team Comps

G2 Esports’ Ascent Comp

  • Cypher (Oscar “mixwell” Cañellas Colocho)
  • Jett (Cista “keloqz” Wassim)
  • Omen (Auni “AvovA” Chahade)
  • Sage (Žygimantas “nukkye” Chmieliauskas)
  • Sova (Jose Luis “koldamenta” Aranguren Herrero)

G2 Esports was once revered as the number one VALORANT team in Europe. Their Ascent composition has gotten them through some tough matches. As of now, they have a 86% win rate on Ascent. Thirty-one official Ascent battles involved this set of agents, albeit with former players in certain roles.

Early in VALORANT’s lifespan, they played with these exact agents on Ascent 17 times in a row. It has been G2’s trademark on that map. While team comps tend to very for G2 depending on who they are up against, this one has been consistent with only a few deviations. From the past iteration of G2 to now, this composition on Ascent is one to mirror.

Vision Strikers’ Split Comp

  • Breach (Kim “stax” Gu-taek)
  • Killjoy (Lee “k1Ng” Seung-won)
  • Jett (Yu “BuZz” Byung-chul)
  • Astra (Kim “MaKo” Myeong-kwan)
  • Sage (Goo “Rb” Sang-Min)

Vision Strikers hold the longest win streak in VALORANT history thus far. The team has gone through a few updates recently, but that only lit a fire under them. They are still a top team in the world, not just in Korea. When it comes to their time on Split, they have a 94% win rate with 30 victories on the map. Their team comps have shifted and this one is fairly new, but look for it to be dominant.

Their most recent agent selection on Split comes after three months of not playing the map in an official contest. In this new meta, they undoubtedly practiced this setup. If Vision Strikers pulled the trigger, it has got to be a solid choice. If you are looking for a spark on Split, give this set of agents a try and see for yourself what Vision Strikers has created.

Sentinels’ Haven Comp

  • Jett (Tyson “TenZ” Ngo)
  • Phoenix (Hunter “SicK” Mims)
  • Sova (Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan)
  • Cypher (Michael “dapr” Gulino)
  • Omen/Astra (Jared “zombs” Gitlin)

There was never going to be another top composition in the best team comps of VALORANT. Sentinels have a ton of official matches under their belt. Their most played map is Haven, with 57 wins at a 79% win rate. The team comp above has been used 43 times with Omen and a growing 14 times with Astra swapping in. This is the only composition that includes two agents for one player, because either Omen or Astra could work depending on the other team or how feisty the controller player is feeling.

Sentinels are hands down the kings of North America and the best VALORANT team in the world. That won’t change until someone beats them hard and then beats them hard again to prove it wasn’t a fluke. On the grandest stage to boot. If you and your team are trying to get comfortable on Haven, give this composition a whirl and stomp out the competition like Sentinels.

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