Updated on August 7, 9:47 a.m. (GMT+8): Added ticket details for finals.

Valorant Champions 2023 tickets are your golden pass to witness the most thrilling VCT event that will take place in the United States.

This year’s Valorant world championship will be held in Los Angeles, California, from August 6 to 26.

The winning team will earn the prestigious title of the best Valorant team in the world and claim the lion’s share of Valorant Champions 2023’s massive US$2.25 million prize pool.

Before you fly into La La Land, here are all the details you will need to secure Valorant Champions 2023 tickets, including sales start dates, prices, and the designated link to buy tickets online.

Valorant Champions 2023 ticket start dates

Evil Geniuses and Paper Rex compete at VALORANT Masters Tokyo Lower Finals at Makuhari Messe on June 24, 2023 in Tokyo, Japan
Credit: Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games
Group stageAugust 6 to 13Shrine Expo HallJuly 27
Bracket roundAugust 16 to 20Shrine Expo HallJuly 27
FinalsAugust 24 to 26Kia ForumAugust 5

At the Shrine Expo Hall, the Valorant Champions 2023 tickets are available in two tiers. Tier 1 tickets are priced at US$60, while Tier 2 tickets cost US$50.

At the KIA Forum, there are numerous seat sections to choose from for tickets. Ticket prices range from US$85 to US$1,200, with the most expensive tickets offering the best seats available for the grand finals.

According to the AXS website, any re-prints for tickets not printed before arriving at the venue will incur a US$6 green fee. This includes tickets not correctly printed. Ticket barcodes must be clearly visible.

Where to buy Valorant Champions 2023 tickets

Valorant Champions 2022 LOUD Brazil
Credit: Riot Games

Fans can buy tickets for the group stage, bracket round, on the AXS website. Meanwhile, fans looking to attend the finals can purchase their tickets on the Ticketmaster website.

Valorant Champions 2023 ticket information

Only four tickets can be availed per online transaction.

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