Valorant Champions – Format, programme and teams
The end of the VCT season approaches and the Valorant Champions will soon take place! Out of the 10,000 teams that have competed throughout the year, only the top 16 have managed to secure their place at the World Championships. All regions will be present, with the exception of Australia, which was unable to participate in the Last Chance Qualifier.
The competition will take place from 1st to 12th December at Berlin, and the winning roster will be crowned World Champions.
How to follow the Valorant Champions
The Valorant Champions will be broadcast in all languages, mainly on Twitch. For the first time, the competition can also be followed on Trovo. Here are the different links to follow the competition.
Here are the 16 teams that will participate in the Valorant Champions.
Format of the Valorant Champions
The teams have been divided into groups of four and will start the championship with a group phase in double elimination. Teams from Pool 1 will face teams from Pool 4, while Pool 2 will face Pool 3.
At the end of all the matches, only eight teams will remain in the competition. A draw will then be made to determine the teams that will face each other in the quarter-finals, in knockout matches. Each team that finished first in its group will play a team from another group that finished second.
Programme of the Valorant Champions
The Valorant Champions is organised around four highlights.
- 1st to 7th December
- Group phase – BO3
- 8th and 9th December – 6pm (CET)
- Quarter-finals – BO3
- 11th December – 6pm (CET)
- Semi-finals - BO3
- 12th December – 6pm (CET)
- Final – BO5
We look forward to seeing you on 1st December for the start of the most anticipated competition of the year!