Valorant Champions Tour EMEA Challengers 2

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Six Teams Are Locked In for Valorant Champions Tour EMEA Challengers 2 Playoffs

Abhimannu Das
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Highlights
Fnatic is the fan-favorite team to win the event after securing a clean 5-0 streak in the group stage.
After failing to make it to Masters 1, Acend surged back into the competition and is looking stronger than ever.
Three out of the six competing teams will be making it to the next Masters event which will take place in Copenhagen.

The Valorant Champions Tour’s (VCT) Challenger events are slowly coming to a close as teams have their sights set on making it to Masters 2 Copenhagen. Six teams are locked in for the playoffs at the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) Challengers 2 playoffs. The top three teams at the event will earn spots at the upcoming Valorant Masters 2 event, which is the first international VCT event with a live audience.

Three out of six teams will make it to Masters 2 Copenhagen

There are six teams that have made it to the playoffs of Valorant Masters 2 Copenhagen and they will be seeded based on their performances at the group stage.

  • Fnatic

  • Guild Esports

  • Acend

  • Team Liquid

  • FunPlus Phoenix

  • M3 Champions

Fnatic had an incredible run at the group stage with the team heading in with a clean 5-0 record. The team has been present at all major Valorant LANs and 2022 might be the year that it secures a championship.

Guild Esports, Acend, and Team Liquid won four out of their five games and are looking very strong. Acend won the 2021 world championship but it failed to qualify for Masters 1 earlier this year due to poor performances at the previous EMEA Challengers event. The team is back to its winning ways and has put on solid performances to make it to the Stage 2 playoffs.

VCT EMEA Challengers 2 Playoffs: Format

The teams will compete in a double-elimination bracket with the top seeds getting a bye in the first round while the bottom two teams will start in the lower bracket. Fnatic and GUILD Esports have been awarded a bye while the other four teams will have to compete in one extra round.

The playoffs will commence on 17th June with the top three teams set to receive spots at Masters 2 Copenhagen. The playoffs come to an end on 26th June 2022 with the top two teams competing for first place and a share of the €200,000 EUR ($214,286 USD) prize pool.

VCT EMEA Challengers 2 Playoffs: Where to watch

The matches will be officially streamed on Twitch and YouTube. Official Valorant watch parties will also be hosted by popular content creators and community members.

Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/valorant

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA1d3HFGFUmkKr2JIUA5Vlw

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Abhimannu is a part of the content team at AFK Gaming and a lifelong obsessive gamer. He currently covers esports titles like VALORANT, CS: GO, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG and more.