Valorant Challengers Stage 3 Playoffs NA: Overview, teams, schedule and stream. With the conclusion of the Valorant Champions Tour North America Stage 3 Challengers 2, the final eight teams for the Playoffs have been revealed. All of these teams will compete for a spot in the Valorant Champions Tour Masters Berlin in the Playoffs. The Valorous Champions Tour North America Stage 3 Playoffs had two Challenger qualifiers. Each Challenger’s top four teams have qualified for the main event.
The eight teams that qualified for the Valorant Challengers NA Stage 3 Challengers 1 and 2 Main Events are listed below
- FaZe Clan
- 100 Thieves
- Team Envy
All eyes will be on the eight teams that have qualified for Challengers Playoffs. The battle to represent NA at Masters Berlin begins on Wednesday, August 11. pic.twitter.com/fvQDoB0lmu
— VALORANT Champions Tour NA (@valesports_na) August 1, 2021
Playoffs Schedule and Timing
The competition will determine which of the region’s top three teams will represent North America in the VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin tournament on September 9, 2021. On August 12, the Valorant Champions Tour North America Stage 3 Playoffs will begin.
August 12 (Thursday)
- Upper Bracket — Sentinels vs Rise (00:30 AM IST)
- Upper Bracket — Team Envy vs TSM ( 00:30 AM IST)
- Upper Bracket — XSET vs Luminosity ( 3:00 AM IST)
- Upper Bracket — 100 Thieves vs FaZe Clan (3:00 AM IST)
Except for the Grand Final, which will be a best-of-five, the Playoffs follow a double-elimination bracket with all teams competing in best-of-three matches.
Prize pool Distribution
The competition features a prize pool of $100,000, which will be split among the teams based on their finish. The top three teams will progress to the VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin, Valorant’s second international championship, where the greatest teams from across the world will participate.
- 1st: US$40,000
- 2nd: US$20,000
- 3rd: US$15,000
- 4th: US$10,000
- 5th: US$5,000
- 6th: US$5,000
- 7th: US$2,500
- 8th: US$2,500
The action will be broadcast live on the official VALORANT Twitch and YouTube channels. Fans can also watch the games on an official co-stream, though those details have yet to be released. Keep an eye on the North American VCT Twitter feed for updates on co-streams and pre-approved talent. Shroud and Myth, two prominent streamers, have already co-streamed, and the two amusing personalities may do it again.