Update (February 24, 2022): Click here for the VCT Philippines Stage 1 Challengers Group Stage (Main Event) results.
The Valorant Champions Tour is moving forward in the APAC region with the start of the VCT Philippines Stage 1 Challengers Playoffs, featuring the top six teams from the country.
Top-performing Filipino teams NAOS Esports and Oasis Gaming will be looking to establish their dominance against up-and-coming rosters like Zeal Esports, South Built Esports, and Action PH.
After a rough start, Valorant Champions 2021 veteran squad Team Secret are also a force to be feared after finding their groove again in Week 2, winning all their matches in the VCT Philippines Stage 1 Challengers Group Stage.
Here’s everything you need to know about the playoffs, including the complete schedule, teams, results, and where to watch the matches live.
What is the VCT Philippines Stage 1 Challengers Playoffs?
The tournament comprises the last phase of VCT Stage 1 in the Philippines. The top three teams from the tournament will advance to the VCT APAC Stage 1 Challengers.
VCT Philippines Challengers Stage 1 Playoffs schedule and results
The Playoffs will run from February 24 to 27, and teams will battle to be crowned the Philippines’ VCT Stage 1 champion. Matches start at 10:00 a.m. GMT+8 daily.
Upper Bracket Quarterfinals
|Zeal Esports||1 — 2||Action PH|
|Team Secret||1 — 2||South Built Esports|
Upper Bracket Semifinals
|Oasis Gaming||0 — 2||Action PH|
Upper Bracket Semifinals
|NAOS Esports||2 — 0||South Built Esports|
Lower Bracket Quarterfinals
|Team Secret||0 — 2||Oasis Gaming|
|Zeal Esports||0 — 2||South Built Esports|
Upper Bracket Final
|Action PH||1 — 2||NAOS Esports|
Lower Bracket Semifinal
|South Built Esports||2 — 0||Oasis Gaming|
Lower Bracket Final
|Action PH||1 — 2||South Built Esports|
|NAOS Esports||1 — 3||South Built Esports|
Teams that are competing in the tournament
|TEAM||GROUP||GROUP STAGE STANDING AND RECORD|
|Oasis Gaming||A||1st (4-2)|
|Team Secret||A||2nd (3-3)|
|Action PH||A||3rd (3-3)|
|NAOS Esports||B||1st (5-1)|
|Zeal Esports||B||2nd (3-3)|
|South Built Esports||B||3rd (2-4)|
Format of the tournament
The six teams that advance through the group stage will compete in a double-elimination format. Matches will be played in best-of-three series, except for the Grand Final, which will be a best-of-five game.
Where to watch the matches live?
Valorant fans can watch the matches live on PPGL’s official Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook channels: