Brazilian squad LOUD made history as the first team from the region to make a Masters grand final, while Japan’s Zeta Division placed a respectable third as the ultimate underdogs of the tournament. Meanwhile, APAC champions Paper Rex impressed with their relentless, fast-paced playstyle, notching memorable wins over G2 Esports and The Guard.
Here’s a breakdown of the US$675,000 Masters Reykjavik 2022 prize pool and 3,400 VCT circuit points that will go toward qualifying for Valorant Champions at the end of the year.
What is the VCT Stage 1 Masters Reykjavik 2022 prize pool and circuit point distribution?
Each of the 12 teams walks away with prize money and VCT circuit points for competing in the event.
The winning team takes home US$200,000 and receives 750 circuit points, the same as the inaugural Valorant LAN event in Iceland a year ago.
The second, third, and fourth-placed teams see an increase in their share of the prize pot and points. For starters, the Masters Reykjavik 2022 runner-up will receive US$120,000 and 500 points, compared to US$100,000 and 350 points at the previous event.
Teams that place between 5th and 12th will get between US$40,000 and US$10,000, in addition to 250 to 125 points.
|PLACE||TEAM||PRIZE MONEY||VCT CIRCUIT POINTS|
|9th||Ninjas in Pyjamas||US$15,000||150|