The first international Valorant event of the year has finally begun. Eight teams are starting in the Masters Reykjavik 2022 group stage, where they are battling for one of four remaining spots in the playoffs.

At stake is a US$675,000 prize pool and 3,400 VCT circuit points that will go toward qualifying for Valorant Champions at the year’s end.

VCT Stage 1 Masters Reykjavik 2022 group stage standings

DRX stax, Zeta Division Laz, and Xerxia Esports crws at Masters Reykjavik 2022 Group Stage pre-tournament press conference
Credit: Riot Games

Group A

2ndZeta Division2-14-3
3rdNinjas in Pyjamas1-23-4

Group B

1stTeam Liquid2-04-1
2ndOpTic Gaming2-14-2
3rdXerxia Esports1-23-4
4thKRU Esports0-20-4

April 10

DRX2 — 0Icebox 13-2
Haven 13-3
Zeta Division

April 11

KRU Esports0 — 2Fracture 5-13
Ascent 14-16
Team Liquid
OpTic Gaming0 — 2Icebox 10-13
Ascent 10-13
Xerxia Esports

April 12

Fnatic0 — 2Ascent 7-13
Split 8-13
Ninjas in Pyjamas
Team Liquid2 — 1Split 13-7
Icebox 13-11
Ascent 17-15
Xerxia Esports
DRX2 — 0Icebox 13-4
Breeze 13-8
Ninjas in Pyjamas

April 13

KRU Esports0 — 2Bind 5-13
Ascent 10-13
OpTic Gaming
Zeta Division2 — 0Fracture 13-7
Icebox 13-11

April 14

Xerxia Esports0 — 2Fracture 8-13
Haven 6-13
OpTic Gaming
Ninjas in Pyjamas1 — 2Split 13-6
Icebox 10-13
Fracture 12-14
Zeta Division

VCT Stage 1 Masters Reykjavik 2022 group stage runs from April 10 to 14, followed by the playoffs from April 15 to 25.

You can check out the upcoming schedule for Stage 1 Masters Reykjavik 2022 here.

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