After five weeks of intense Valorant NA Challengers Split 1 action, eight teams have secured their spot for the Mid-Season Face-Off, also known as the playoffs.

The group stage had 12 teams split into two groups, and four teams with the best records from their respective group advanced to the next phase of the competition.

G2 Esports took the top spot in Group A, finishing with a 4-1 record. Meanwhile, Ludwig “Ludwig” Ahgren and Charles “MoistCr1TiKaL” White’s Moist Moguls squad came in second with an impressive 3-2 final score.

However, Turtle Troop, the free agent Valorant roster Felix “xQc” Lengyel plans to sign, did not qualify for the Mid-Season Face-Off after they finished in fifth place with a 2-3 score.

Over in Group B, M80, The Guard, and TSM were neck and neck as they finished their group stage run with 4-1 records. Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang‘s Disguised squad was the fourth team that qualified for the Mid-Season Face-Off, finishing with a 2-3 record.

Which teams qualified for the Valorant NA Challengers Split 1 Mid-Season Face-Off

Valorant NA Challengers Split 1 teams qualified for Mid-Season Face-Off
Credit: Knights Arena
G2 EsportsA4 – 1126 – 106 (+20)
Moist MogulsA3 – 2146 – 141 (+5)
Oxygen EsportsA3 – 2142 – 138 (+5)
FaZe ClanA2 – 3130 – 134 (-4)
M80B4 – 1132 – 81 (+51)
The GuardB4 – 1127 – 86 (+41)
TSMB4 – 1140 – 133 (+7)
Disguised (DSG)B2 – 3129 – 129 (-9)

The Mid-Season Face-Off will run from March 23 to April 1. The top four teams in the playoffs will earn Valorant Challengers League circuit points.

In addition, the eight teams with the most VCL circuit points at the end of the NA Challengers season will qualify for the Ascension tournament in July.

The North American team that wins the Ascension tournament will move up to the Americas international league for the VCT 2024 season.

Fans can watch the matches live on Valorant’s Twitch and YouTube channels.

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