Anticipation is mounting for the 2023 Valorant Champions Tour and fans worldwide are eagerly counting down the days until Masters Tokyo kicks off.

This year’s second international VCT event will feature twelve teams that qualified from the Americas, Pacific, and EMEA leagues.

The top-performing squads in Tokyo will be one step close to qualifying for Valorant Champions 2023 in August.

If you want to witness them live in action, we’ve gathered all the information you need to know about attending Masters Tokyo and where to buy tickets.

VCT Masters Tokyo ticket sale start date

VCT Masters Tokyo
Credit: Riot Games

Fans will be able to secure their seats for the event two months in advance with tickets available for sale globally starting Saturday, April 8, at 10:00 a.m. JPT | 9:00 a.m. GMT+8 | 1:00 a.m. GMT | April 7, 6:00 p.m. PST.

Japanese fans can purchase tickets for the event on AXS’ dedicated page, while fans residing outside of Japan can secure their seating through AXS’ international link.

The event will be held at two venues. The knockout stage will take place at Tripstar Dome Chiba, a world-class velodrome. The finals weekend be at the prestigious Makuhari Messe.

KnockoutJune 11 to 23
FinalJune 24 to 25

At the time of writing, AXS provides ticket details on domestic sales for the knockout stage and finals. For international ticket sales, only the finals weekend is currently listed on the site.

VCT Masters Tokyo ticket prices

Knockout stageTBD
Finals weekendTBD

(To be updated)

The games will be shoutcasted in Japanese at the venue.

How to buy tickets on AXS

  1. Visit the Valorant Champions Tour ticket page for domestic or international sales on AXS.
  2. Select “Get Tickets” on your preferred day of the tournament.
  3. Pick a section from the ticket map.
  4. Click “Checkout” to proceed with the payment.

You will need to create an AXS account in order to continue to the payment page so it’s best to set one up beforehand.

Check out Riot Games’ official post for more details on the event.

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