VCT Masters Three Berlin will conclude the third stage of the VALORANT Champions Tour and set the stage for the primary VALORANT world championship at Champions on the finish of the 12 months.
Sixteen groups will collide in a four-group group stage starting on Sept. 10, with the highest two groups from every group transferring on to a single-elimination bracket. The winner of VCT Masters Three Berlin will earn one of many 16 spots at Champions, whatever the quantity of VCT factors they’ve earned. All of the groups which are collaborating in Berlin have a chance to safe a spot at Champions relying on the variety of factors they’ve earned, except for a few groups like Sentinels and KRU Esports, who’ve already completed so.
The 16 groups collaborating at VCT Masters Three Berlin have been decided by regional Challengers Playoffs on the finish of Stage Three. Solely three groups competing in Berlin attended Masters Two Reykjavík.
- 4 EMEA groups (Europe, Turkey, and CIS): Gambit, Acend, SuperMassive Blaze
- Three North American groups: Sentinels, 100 Thieves, Workforce Envy
- Two Brazilian groups: Keyd Stars, Havan Liberty
- Two Korean groups: Imaginative and prescient Strikers, F4Q
- Two Japanese groups: ZETA DIVISION, Loopy Raccoon
- Two Southeast Asian groups: Bren Esports, Paper Rex
- One Latin American group: KRU Esports
Each group is its personal small double-elimination bracket, with the highest two from every transferring on to the playoffs. A random draw will decide the playoff matches. All matches might be best-of-three collection, apart from the grand finals, which might be a best-of-five. Matches might be performed on VALORANT Patch 3.04.
Group A consists of:
- Imaginative and prescient Strikers: Korea’s first seed
- Paper Rex: Southeast Asia’s second seed
- SuperMassive Blaze: EMEA’s second seed
- Acend: EMEA’s third seed
Group B consists of:
- Keyd Stars: Brazil’s first seed
- Workforce Envy: NA’s third seed
- KRU Esports: Latin America
- ZETA DIVISION: Japan’s first seed
Group C consists of:
- Gambit: EMEA’s first seed
- Loopy Raccoon: Japan’s second seed
- 100 Thieves: NA’s second seed
- Havan Liberty: Brazil’s second seed
Group D consists of:
- Sentinels: NA’s first seed
- G2 Esports: EMEA’s fourth seed
- Bren Esports: Southeast Asia’s first seed
- F4Q: Korea’s second seed
Schedule and scores
The total official schedule has not been launched but, however we all know that the official broadcast for every group stage day and the quarterfinals day will start at 7am CT. The published for the semifinals and grand finals days begins at 9am CT.
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