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VALORANT: VCT Stage 3 EMEA Challengers Playoffs: Participating Teams, Prize pool, Streaming

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VALORANT: VCT Stage 3 EMEA Challengers Playoffs: Participating Teams, Prize pool, Streaming
VALORANT: VCT Stage 3 EMEA Challengers Playoffs: Participating Teams, Prize pool, Streaming

VALORANT: VCT Stage 3 EMEA Challengers Playoffs: Participating Teams, Prize pool, Streaming. The VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT) Stage 3 EMEA Challengers Playoffs are just around the corner, and twelve teams from Europe, Turkey, and the CIS have already qualified. These teams have one last chance to qualify for Masters Berlin in the VCT Stage 3 EMEA Challengers Playoffs. Only four teams will advance to represent their region in Berlin after the Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs. The VALORANT Champions Tour Stage 3 EMEA Challengers Playoffs have all you need to know.

Six teams from Europe, three from Turkey, and three from the CIS will compete in a double-elimination tournament beginning on August 12th. Teams will be seeded depending on regional performance. The competition will begin with the top and second-seeded teams from Europe, as well as the first-seeded teams from Turkey and the CIS, in round two of the upper bracket, while the remaining eight teams will compete in the first round.

Participating Teams

Europe

  • Acend
  • FunPlus Phoenix
  • G2 Esports
  • Giants Gaming
  • Guild Esports
  • Team Liquid

Turkey

  • FIRE FLUX ESPORTS
  • Oxygen Esports
  • SuperMassive Blaze

CIS

  • ForZe
  • Gambit Esports
  • Natus Vincere
Prize pool Distribution

The VCT Stage 3 EMEA Challengers Playoffs have a $100,000 prize fund as well as VCT Circuit points. This will be distributed in the following sequence among the eligible teams:

  • 1st position – $38,657 (Proceed for Berlin)
  • 2nd position – $18,436 (Proceed for Berlin)
  • 3rd position – $11,894 (Proceed for Berlin)
  • 4th position – $8,921 (Proceed for Berlin)
  • 5th-6th position – $5,353 (50 VCT Circuit points)
  • 7th-8th position – $2,974 (40 VCT Circuit points)
  • 9th-12th position – $1,784 (30 VCT Circuit points)

Where to Watch

The event will be broadcast in English as well as 10 additional languages, including Turkish, Russian, German, French, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, Finnish, and Czech. VALORANT’s official Twitch channel serves as the central focus. Throughout the event, a second, third, and fourth channel will be available. Live commentary and analysis will be available on each channel.

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