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Valorant Champions Tour : Everything You Need to Know About VCT Stage 3

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VCT Stage 3

The Valorant Champions tour  (VCT Stage 3 ) is almost around the corner. All eyes are on North America’s top performers. It will be interesting to watch who qualifies and who will return home. Here’s everything you need to know about the Valorant Champions Tour Stage 3.

Master Two Reykjavik has given us some of the best performances from the North American side we’ve ever seen. As a result, it will be far more exciting than the anticipated European fights. The Winners Sentinels are an unstoppable force. The rise of V1 underdogs has resulted in increasingly difficult competitions.

The timeline to reach Valorant Champions

The Valorant Challengers Tour stage 3 will determine who goes to Berlin to compete for the Valorant Masters, which is anticipated to take place in December of this year.

VALORANT Champions Tour 2021 guide: Schedule, results, moments | Dot Esports

Riot Games has already released the schedule and road map for the Valorant Challengers Stage 3 so that fans don’t skip a thing. This last stage will be essential since teams must show themselves at this level. It’s now or never.

There will be 16 teams selected from the domestic challenger tournaments. However, as more teams compete in this stage 3, the competition will become even more challenging, bringing the event’s title, Valorant Challengers Tour, to life. Although each area will have its own unique stream, it is suggested that you keep an eye on the official Valorant Twitch Channel.

Sentinels The champions of Reyjavik have qualified directly and will not compete in the qualifications.

Also Read: VALORANT Masters Reykjavík Final : Sentinels vs. Fnatic

The following are the schedules for VCT Stage 3 in specific regions.

1. VCT Stage 3 2021 Challengers: North America

Challengers 1: July 8 to 11

  • 8 teams qualify from Open Qualifier, starting July 1
  • Top 4 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs

Challengers 2: July 29 to August 1

  • 8 teams qualify from Open Qualifier
  • Top 4 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs

Challengers Playoffs: August 11 to 15

  • 8 teams qualify from Challengers 1 and 2
  • Top 3 teams progress to Masters Berlin

2.VCT Stage 3 2021 Challengers: Europe

Challengers 1: July 7 to 11

  • 8 teams qualify from Closed Qualifier, starting June 30
  • Top 4 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs

Challengers 2: July 28 to August 1

  • 8 teams qualify from Challengers 1 and Closed Qualifier
  • Top 2 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs

Challengers Playoffs: August 12 to 22

  • 12 teams qualify from three different regions: Europe (6), Turkey (3), CIS (3)
  • Top 4 teams progress to Masters Berlin

3. VCT Stage 3 2021 Challengers: Korea

Challengers 1: July 8 to August 1

  • 16 teams qualify from Open Qualifier, starting June 3
  • Top 8 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs

Challengers Playoffs: August 6 to 15

  • 8 teams qualify from Challengers 1
  • Top 2 teams progress to Masters Berlin

4. VCT Stage 3 2021 Challengers: Brazil

Challengers 1: July 3 to 11

  • 8 teams qualify from Open Qualifier, starting June 28
  • Top 4 teams progress to Challengers 2

Challengers 2: July 17 to 25

  • 8 teams qualify from Challengers 1 and Open Qualifier
  • Top 4 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs
  • Bottom 4 teams progress to Challengers 3

Challengers 3: July 31 to August 8

  • 8 teams qualify from Challengers 2 and Open Qualifier
  • Top 4 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs

Challengers Playoffs: August 12 to 22

  • 8 teams qualify from Challengers 2 and 3
  • Top 2 teams progress to Masters Berlin

5. VCT Stage 3 2021 Challengers: CIS

Challengers 1: July 6 to 10

  • 8 teams qualify from Closed Qualifier, starting June 30
  • Top 2 progress to EMEA Challengers Playoffs

Challengers 2: July 27 to 31

  • 8 teams qualify from Challengers 1 and Closed Qualifier
  • Winner progresses to EMEA Challengers Playoffs

6.  VCT Stage 3 2021 Challengers: Turkey

Challengers 1: July 6 to 10

  • 8 teams qualify from Closed Qualifier, starting June 30
  • Top 2 progress to EMEA Challengers Playoffs

Challengers 2: July 27 to 31

  • 8 teams qualify from Challengers 1 and Closed Qualifier
  • Winner progresses to EMEA Challengers Playoffs

7.VCT Stage 3 2021 Challengers: Japan

Challengers 1: July 10 to 11

  • Eight teams qualify from Open Qualifier
  • Top 4 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs

Challengers 2: July 22 to 23

  • Eight teams qualify from Open Qualifier
  • Top 4 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs

Challengers Playoffs: August 12 to 15

  • Eight teams qualify from Challengers 1 and 2
  • Top 2 teams progress to Masters Berlin

8.VCT Stage 3 2021 Challengers: South East Asia

Challengers 1: July 8 to 11

  • Each region has different qualifying and progression formats
  • Winners will be listed here after each stage finishes

Challengers 2: July 22 to 25

  • Each region has different qualifying and progression formats
  • Winners will be listed here after each stage finishes

Challengers 3: August 5 to 8

  • Each region has different qualifying and progression formats
  • Winners will be listed here after each stage finishes

Challengers Playoffs: August 12 to 22

  • 16 teams qualify from different regions: Thailand (3), Indonesia (3), Philippines (3), Vietnam (3), Hong Kong and Taiwan (2), Malaysia and Singapore (2)
  • Top 2 teams progress to Masters Berlin

9.VCT Stage 3 2021 Challengers: Latin America

Valorant LATAM Challengers Playoffs: August

  • 4 teams qualify from LATAM North Playoffs (2) and LATAM South Playoffs (2)
  • Winner progresses to Masters Berlin
  • Held on LAN in Mexico City

Latin America North

Challengers 1: July 6 to 11

  • Qualified teams: Infinity, Border Monsters, Reven Esports, Ryze Gaming, Six Karma, Agave Esports, LAZER, Pass Gaming
  • Top 2 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs

Challengers 2: July 27 to August 1

  • 8 teams qualify from Challengers 1 and Open Qualifier
  • Top 2 teams progress to Challengers Playoffs

Challengers Playoffs: August

  • Top 4 teams qualify from Challengers 1 and 2
  • Top 2 progress to LATAM Challengers Playoffs (against South)

Latin America South

Challengers 1: June 29 to July 4

  • Qualified teams: KRU Esports, 9z Team, Furious Gaming, Meta Gaming, Australs, VELOX, Motion Team, Kaos Latin Gamers

 

There will also be watch parties organized by renowned streamers such as Shroud and Myth. So, if you can’t make it to the main broadcast, you can always join them on Twitch.

Also Read: Shroud Reveals His Favorite Valorant Map – Expects Similar Maps From Riot Games Going Forward