North America Last Chance Qualifier will be Played LAN without any Spectators. The NA Last Chance Qualifiers will be contested offline, according to a press statement from Riot North America. Riot will host its third offline event of the year, which will be held over a LAN. However, because of Covid-19 restrictions, the competition, which will be held without spectators, will be held between October 12 and 17.
New: Riot has released more details on the #VCT NA last chance qualifier.
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In a double-elimination format, 10 teams from the North American region will play in the Last Chance Qualifiers, which will be determined by the results of the VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin (winners and losers group). Many teams will be able to qualify for the Champions Round via the Last Chance Qualifiers. The teams who will compete in the event, which offers one last chance to compete in the VCT competition at the conclusion of the year, will be chosen by their VCT standings, as the name implies.
TSM is one step away from qualifying for the North America Last Chance Qualifiers as one of the most popular teams in the North American area. If Sentinels, Envy, or 100 Thieves win Masters Berlin, the team will qualify for the Last Chance Qualifiers.
Envy, 100 Thieves, Version1, FaZe Clan, XSET, Luminosity Gaming, Cloud9 Blue, Gen.G Esports, and Rise have qualified for the NA Last Chance Qualifiers.
The Valorant North America Last Chance Qualifiers will select a team from the North American area to compete in the Valorant Champions Tour, the year’s most important Valorant tournament. The Champions Tour will take place from December 1 to 13, and the Sentinels will not compete in the Last Chance Qualifiers because they have already qualified for the tournament with their VCT points.
The format of the Last Chance Qualifier for the EMEA area has yet to be officially announced. However, given that the North American competition will be held on LAN, the same can be said for the EMEA region.