Riot Games is about to host its biggest competitive first-person shooter tournament with Valorant Champions 2021, the game’s first-ever world championship.
After competing in three different stages in the VCT (Valorant Champions Tour) with multiple Challengers and two international Masters competitions, we now know the 12 teams competing in the upcoming Valorant Champions 2021 event set to take place from December 2 to 12.
These 11 teams proved themselves as the best in their respective regions by acquiring the most VCT circuit points throughout the 2021 season. Gambit Esports earned their spot to Champions by winning VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin.
These 12 teams will be joined by the four winning teams from the Last Chance Qualifiers from North America, EMEA, South America, and APAC.
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All teams qualified for Valorant Champions 2021
|Gambit Esports||EMEA (CIS)||Masters Berlin winner|
|Acend||EMEA (Europe)||375 points|
|Fnatic||EMEA (Europe)||350 points|
|Sentinels||North America||775 points|
|Team Envy||North America||450 points|
|Team Vikings||Brazil||350 points|
|Vivo Keyd||Brazil||225 points|
|Crazy Raccoon||Japan||475 points|
|Vision Strikers||Korea||415 points|
|KRÜ Esports||Latin America||495 points|
|X10 Esports||Southeast Asia (Thailand)||295 points|
|Team Secret||Southeast Asia (Philippines)||225 points|
Valorant Champions 2021 Last Chance Qualifier winners
(Last updated on October 25, 2021)
|FURIA Esports||South America|
|Cloud9 Blue||North America|
Valorant Champions 20201 will take place in Berlin Germany, the same place Riot Games hosted VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin. The tournament will be broadcast live on Valorant’s official Twitch and YouTube channels.
For more information about Champions 2021, follow Valorant or Valorant Champions Tour on Twitter.
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