Best Jett Players Predicted to Dominate Masters Tokyo

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Best Jett Players Predicted to Dominate Masters Tokyo

Here are the 5 best Jett players who are going to dominate the servers at Masters Tokyo

Masters Tokyo got us rubbing our palms with excitement. Twelve of the most accomplished teams worldwide are set to compete in the battle for ultimate glory. 

While, with time, the agent pool has gotten significantly vibrant, there are a few agents who, for their timeless applications and abilities, always remain relevant. After surviving several nerfs and meta shifts, Jett remains one such agent. That's because whether it's dashing into a site like you're riding the saddle for your team or updrafting to a nerdy off angle in the hope of getting a cheeky kill – Jett's application and efficiency are irreplaceable. 

We all have our favorite team to support this event, but how about we pick our favorite Jett player? It's time we dive deep and explore the players that we believe will leave our minds absolutely blown with this iconic agent.

Valorant VCT Masters Tokyo by Riot Games

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Nikita “Derke” Srimitev – FNATIC

  • VLR Rating: 1.15
  • Average Combat Score: 258.0
  • Kill/Death Ratio: 1.23
  • Kill/Assist/Trade/Survive: 71%
  • Average Damage per Round: 160.9
  • Kills Per Round: 0.89
  • Headshot Percentage: 26%

First on the list is the legendary duelist whose ruthless performance helped FNATIC lift the trophy in VCT LOCK//IN. Nikita “Derke” Srimitev is on the journey to repeat history and meet the expectations of many who rightfully regard him as a champion. Will he prevail? Will he thrive in the face of soul-crushing competition? He has done it before, and there is no reason to think of a diminished outcome in the future. 

He will face many adversities in his path, but the firepower inside him will let him fly high. With Derke's flex-worthy competence in creating space and taking duels, FNATIC has a beast among them to take leverage off and become the first back-to-back VCT champion in Valoran't history. There is no calm before Derke's Blade Storm. His all-time Jett K/D is 1.27, with a 164.5 KDR to boast.

Erick “Aspas” Santos – LOUD

Erick "aspas" Santos in VCT Americas 2023

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  • VLR Rating: 1.19
  • Average Combat Score: 247.0
  • Kill/Death Ratio: 1.30
  • Kill/Assist/Trade/Survive: 74%
  • Average Damage per Round: 156.3
  • Kills Per Round: 0.87
  • Headshot Percentage: 26%

You recognize him well. He is the guy who gave FNATIC a run for their money at the LOCK//IN finale. If not for the stone-like perseverance and master strategies of FNATIC’s IGL Jake “Boaster” Howlett, this David would have surely slain the Goliath we have come to know as FNATIC. It goes without saying that Erick “Aspas” Santos will be at a motivational peak to attain sheer supremacy over all his adversaries in VCT Masters Tokyo. 

His crisp aim and unmatched Jett movement have caused terror in any team that has gone against him so far. Thinking of what the future has in store only gets us excited. We are thrilled to watch him play in the coming tournament, and if statistics are here to talk, he'll deliver on the hype. His all-time Jett rating is 1.26, with an ADR of 158. Hailed by many as the best duelist player in the world, you would surely want to keep an eye out for him.

Saif “Sayf” Jibraeel – Team Liquid

  • VLR Rating: 1.15
  • Average Combat Score: 226.9
  • Kill/Death Ratio: 1.22
  • Kill/Assist/Trade/Survive: 72%
  • Average Damage per Round: 146.2
  • Kills Per Round: 0.81
  • Headshot Percentage: 22%

After the tragic event of getting rid of the two Belgium brothers we have come to love and know as Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom and Nabil “Nivera” Benrlitom, Liquid have tasted their triumph by besting FNATIC 3-1 in the VCT EMEA 2023. They currently hail the number one spot across EMEA, and experts argue that one player proved himself to be the king named Saif “Sayef” Jibraeel. 

He was a force to reckon with during their triumphant run, and his Godlike understanding of the game and mastery over Jett proved a significant obstacle to his opponents. When you see even full-scale tactics getting absolutely decimated by a single play filled with his wrath, you don't call him a God; you call him a monster. If captivating fans with sheer dominance with Jett was the task, he made it clear whom to reach for. He boasts the highest rating of 1.23 in the 2023 EMEA League.

Ardis “ardiis” Svarenieks – NRG Esports

  • VLR Rating: 1.07
  • Average Combat Score: 230.3
  • Kill/Death Ratio: 1.13
  • Kill/Assist/Trade/Survive: 72%
  • Average Damage per Round: 147.3
  • Kills Per Round: 0.79
  • Headshot Percentage: 20%

Ardis “ardiis” Svarenieks has previously represented eSports giants like G2 and FanPlus Pheonix. While he did pick up the shield and sword with Sage and played like a mechanical menace with Killjoy, Jett is where he found his long-lost home. As evident by data, his performance was significantly boosted when NRG allowed him to dash, updraft and shoot. 

His duelist blood gained huge recognition when he popped off in Fracture against LOUD at the end of the season playoffs. His current consistency across all the maps in Valorant speaks of his capacity as a player. If this guy hunts in PUGs and scrims, LAN is where he kills. Put him before a crowd, and his performance will scream confidence. He was exceptional in the Copenhagen playoffs, and vital variables indicate that he'll only get better with the careful nurturing of NRG. Currently, he boasts a K/D of 1.12 and an ADR of 146.3 with Jett.

Ilya “something” Petrov – Paper Rex 

  • VLR Rating: 1.24
  • Average Combat Score: 265.0
  • Kill/Death Ratio: 1.39
  • Kill/Assist/Trade/Survive: 75%
  • Average Damage per Round: 168.8
  • Kills Per Round: 0.95
  • Headshot Percentage: 22%

Ilya “something” Petrov makes it into our list as the player who proudly carries the flag of Russian genes. He has rightfully garnered everyone's attention with absolute demon-like performances. The fact that he'll play in Japan, where he'll face a home crowd, makes it all come together for him. Being around all the fun personalities in the Paper Rex roaster surely helps the morale of this prodigy. 

While the VCT Masters Tokyo being his first big LAN event, generated some doubt among skeptics, we are no part of that train. Humanity has witnessed talent and hard work prevail against adversity over and over. So if you want to catch some of the most evasive Jett plays, you don't want to miss out on him. An all-time Jett rating of 1.23 and ADR of 167.4 make him one of the best players in the Pacific League.

Masters Tokyo starts June 11 this year. With many strong contenders for the title and roasters full of gems and hidden talents, it will be one of the best tournaments ever. So get ready to show up on the stream before the clips find their way to your news feed.

Best Jett Players Predicted to Dominate Masters Tokyo
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