The VCT APAC LCQ will shortly begin by presenting the finest teams from each region of Asia, with Global Esports representing South Asia as well as India in this competition. Several teams have confirmed their participation in the VALORANT Champions following the conclusion of the VCT 2021 Masters Berlin a few days ago. In addition, certain people from the four existing regions will take part in the LCQ round.
Teams that do not qualify for the VALORANT Champions based on circuit points are given a second shot in this LCQ round. Each region will have one slot available for the Champions.
VCT 2021 APAC LCQ Format
LCQ Asia Pacific (APAC) presents 10 teams from 5 regions who will compete for a place in the Champions. Here’s the LCQ team allocation for now:
- Southeast Asia – 3
- China – 2
- Korean – 2
- Japan – 2
- South Asia – 1
Slots will be awarded to the team that holds the most circuit points in the region and has not yet qualified for the event. The teams are determined according to the results of the Master’s Stage 3 tournament in Berlin.
Slots will also be allocated in areas where circuit points are not awarded. In this case, the best-performing team from the biggest event to date will be invited to participate in the VCT APAC LCQ.
GLOBAL ESPORTS AGAINST TEAM REJECT OF JAPAN
In their first match of Global Esports, will have to compete against Team Reject of Japan. Team Reject is 3rd best team in Japan according to the Japanese circuit points. This match will take place on 11th October. The winner from this match has to fight against one of the strongest teams of SEA – Paperrex. The looser will get another chance to qualify through lower brackets
Global Esports to Play from Thailand
In his Latest Youtube Video- Rusindra Sinha- Founder and CEO of Global esports announced that GE will participate in VCT 2021 APAC LCQ from Thailand to give fair chance against other teams considering ping disadvantage. The entire cost of traveling and logistics will be Bear by themselves. Initially, they opted for Singapore but due to travel restrictions due to Covid 19, Plan had to halt.