Report: Sentinels, 100T, and Envy to all be placed in one side of leaked VCT Masters Berlin playoffs bracket

The soon-to-be-released bracket for the VCT Masters Three Berlin occasion has been revealed to the gamers and reportedly locations all three North American groups on one aspect of the bracket, based on a report from Upcomer’s George Geddes.

If confirmed, this implies the quarterfinals matchups could be the next:

  • Acend/SuperMassive Blaze winner vs. 100 Thieves
  • Crew Envy vs. Sentinels
  • G2 Esports vs. KRU Esports
  • Imaginative and prescient Strikers vs. Gambit/Loopy Raccoon winner

The ultimate two groups might be decided on Thursday, Sept. 16, by way of the ultimate group stage matches. No matter who wins, nonetheless, their spots are already reportedly locked in.

If these first-round matchups are confirmed to be true, then it turns into unimaginable for 2 North American groups to achieve the grand remaining. It’s potential for there to be a grand remaining that includes solely EMEA groups if both G2 or Gambit advance via one aspect whereas Acend or SuperMassive Blaze advance via the opposite. Solely Acend or SMB will even make it to the playoffs.

At first look, the bracket appears to favor a group like Sentinels, who’ve handily overwhelmed Envy and 100 Thieves a complete of 5 occasions in simply VCT Stage Three alone. The one group that would give them points is G2, given the EU group’s win over Sentinels earlier at present. However an interview between Sentinels’ zombs and’s Dustin Steiner signifies that maybe being the second seed out of teams was “based on plan.”

In keeping with Geddes, the official playoffs bracket might be revealed at 12am CT on Thursday. | Report: Sentinels, 100T, and Envy to all be positioned in a single aspect of leaked VCT Masters Berlin playoffs bracket


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