Updated on July 24, 8:10 a.m. (GMT+8): Added qualified team.

Valorant Champions 2023 is the biggest global event of the year in Valorant esports.

The tournament serves as the ultimate platform for the Valorant Champions 2023 teams to showcase their top-tier skills in front of the world.

All three major regions – Pacific, Americas, and EMEA – will fly out four representatives each to Los Angeles, where the Valorant Champions 2023 will be held.

Joining the top international league teams are three of the top three squads from the China qualifier. In addition, since Fnatic won Masters Tokyo, they earned their region one additional slot for the event.

Valorant Champions 2023 will take place from August 6 to August 26.

Complete list of Valorant Champions 2023 teams

Evil Geniuses Valorant roster pose onstage after victory against Team Liquid at VALORANT Masters Tokyo Brackets Stage at Tipstar Dome Chiba on June 19, 2023 in Tokyo, Japan
Credit: Riot Games
Fnatic1st in Masters Tokyo
Team Liquid5th-6th in Masters Tokyo
FUT Esports9th-10th in Masters Tokyo
LOUD1st in Americas League
NRG Esports2nd in Americas League
Evil Geniuses3rd in Americas League
Paper Rex1st in Pacific League
DRX2nd in Pacific League
T13rd in Pacific League
Edward Gaming1st in VCT China Qualifier
Bilibili Gaming2nd in VCT China Qualifier
FunPlus Phoenix3rd in VCT China Qualifier
KRÜ Esports1st in Americas LCQ
Zeta Division1st in Pacific LCQ
Giants1st in EMEA LCQ
Natus Vincere2nd in EMEA LCQ

The top three teams in the Americas and Pacific Leagues earned their spot in Valorant Champions 2023, while the three EMEA spots were determined by the results of Masters Tokyo.

The three EMEA teams with the highest standing at Masters Tokyo – Fnatic, Team Liquid, and FUT Esports punched their ticket to Los Angeles.

The top three teams in the VCT China Qualifier will earn their spot in Valorant Champions 2023, while the other international league teams that haven’t qualified will go through the Last Chance Qualifier for their respective regions.

The EMEA League teams will have two slots allotted since Fnatic won Masters Tokyo.

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