The stage is set for the best teams in the Asia-Pacific region to compete in the VCT APAC Last Chance Qualifier.
With the conclusion of Masters Copenhagen, the Valorant Champions Tour shifts its focus to the teams competing in the regional Last Chance Qualifiers.
In the Asia-Pacific region, Paper Rex and XERXIA Esports have already qualified for Valorant Champions Istanbul via VCT circuit points, leaving a slot open for one more APAC representative.
The 10 qualified teams from the APAC region earned their spots in the VCT APAC LCQ based on the VCT circuit point standings. They accumulated enough points in their VCT Stage 1 and 2 runs.
Former Valorant Champions 2021 contenders, Team Secret look to reclaim their place on the international stage after missing out on both Masters events this year. The Filipino squad came close to qualifying for Masters Copenhagen, only losing to Paper Rex and XERXIA Esports in the VCT APAC Stage 2 Challengers playoffs.
Bleed eSports nearly made their Masters debut after coming in 3rd place in the VCT APAC Stage 1 Challengers playoffs. The Singapore-based squad was also beaten by Paper Rex and XERXIA Esports.
The VCT APAC LCQ also features the top teams including ONIC Esports, BOOM Esports, Made in Thailand, Fancy United Esports, Griffin E-Sports, CERBERUS Esports, Alter Ego, and ORDER.
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Full list of teams qualified for VCT APAC Last Chance Qualifier
Here are the 10 teams qualified that have secured their spots at the VCT APAC LCQ which begins on August 1. The winning team will qualify for Valorant Champions Istanbul in September.
|TEAM||VCT CIRCUIT POINTS|
|Made in Thailand||75|
|Fancy United Esports||70|
|ORDER||VCT Oceania Stage 2 Champion|
Teams in the competition will play in a double-elimination bracket, starting with the first round of the upper bracket. The top six seeded teams received a bye to the second round of the upper bracket quarterfinals.
All matches will be best-of-three series, except for the grand final, which will be best-of-five.
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