VCT Americas, Pacific, and EMEA Leagues 2023 are over, and the qualified teams from these regions, along with two teams from China, will now be battling in Valorant Masters Tokyo 2023 for the title and a whopping prize pool of $1,000,000.
The top three teams from the Pacific and Americas League have already qualified for Champions; however, the four teams qualified for Masters from EMEA will have to battle for the top three positions among themselves to go to Champions.
In addition to this, the winner of Masters Tokyo will earn one extra slot for their regions in LCQ. VCT Masters will begin on June 11, with Grand Final taking place on June 25. You can find the complete list of qualified teams from all regions below.
All Teams Qualified for Valorant Masters 2023
The winners of VCT Americas and Pacific League, along with the EMEA League finalists, have qualified for Masters Playoffs; however, the other qualified teams will have to fight in Group Stage to make their way to the Playoffs.
- LOUD (Qualified for Masters Playoffs)
- Evil Geniuses
- Paper Rex (Qualified for Masters Playoffs)
- Team Liquid (Qualified for Masters Playoffs)
- Fnatic (Qualified for Masters Playoffs)
- FUT Esports
- Attacking Soul Esports
- EDward Gaming
2023年、日本のEsportsは次のSTAGEへ。— VALORANT Champions Tour JAPAN (@valesports_jp) December 24, 2022
Masters Tokyo 日本開催決定。 pic.twitter.com/ZfzEYhA0YY
Valorant Masters 2023 will be broadcasted live on the official Valorant Esports Twitch and YouTube channels, or you can enjoy the tournament with your favorite streamers in their watch parties.