Valorant Conquerors Championship (VCC) 2021 All Set For The Playoffs Stage

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Valorant Conquerors Championship (VCC) 2021 All Set for the Playoffs Stage

VCC 2021 inches closer to the APAC Last Chance Qualifier.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Highlights
Valorant Conquerors Championship 2021 is all set for the Playoffs stage scheduled to take place from 20th to 29th August.
Eight qualified Valorant teams from across South Asia will be competing in the VCC 2021 Playoffs, featuring an INR 25 Lakhs ($33,000 USD) prize pool.
The winner will be moving ahead to the APAC Last Chance Qualifier where they will be going up against other teams from the Asia-Pacific region.

The Valorant Conquerors Championship (VCC) 2021 is all set for the Playoffs stage which will kick off tomorrow onwards, taking place from 20th to 29th August. The tournament which is being organized by NODWIN Gaming and Riot Games, features a total prize pool of INR 25,00,000 ($33,000 USD) which will be split between the top four teams and the tournament MVP (Most Valuable Player). The best Valorant teams from all across South Asia have managed to make it to the Playoffs stage, and only one will move ahead to represent the region at the upcoming APAC (Asia-Pacific) Last Chance Qualifier.

Valorant Conquerors Championship 2021 Playoffs: complete information

All the South Asian qualifiers of the VCC 2021 have come to an end as the tournament enters its Playoffs stage. All the eight qualified Valorant teams are ready to face off against each other, the winner moving ahead to go up against other teams from the Asia Pacific regions.

Qualified Teams

The eight qualified Valorant teams that will be competing in the VCC 2021 Playoffs are as follows,

  • Velocity Gaming - India Qualifier 1

  • Global Esports - India Qualifier 2

  • Salt Esports - Pakistan and Afghanistan Qualifier 1

  • Team Exploit - Pakistan and Afghanistan Qualifier 2

  • Damaru Gaming - Nepal and Bhutan

  • Crash Landin on You - Sri Lanka and Maldives

  • Exceeli Esports - Bangladesh

  • Enigma Gaming - Wildcard

Schedule and Format

These eight qualified Valorant teams from various South Asian qualifiers have been divided into two groups of four teams each.

Group-A consists of the following teams,

  • Crash Landin on You (CLOY)

  • Exceeli Esports

  • Team Exploit

  • Velocity Gaming

Group-B consists of the following teams,

  • Damaru Gaming

  • Enigma Gaming

  • Global Esports

  • Salt Esports

Apart from this, the schedule of the initial group stage matches have also been released, with the Playoffs stage all set to start tomorrow onwards. The group stage will be taking place from 20th to 22nd August.

Group-A

Veloctiy Gaming vs Exceeling - 20th August, 14:00 IST

Team Exploit vs CLOY - 20th August, 16:30 IST

Group-B

Damaru Gaming vs Global Esports - 20th August, 19:00 IST

Salt Esports vs Enigma Gaming - 20th August, 21:30 IST

The top two teams from each group will further qualify for a double-elimination bracket which will be taking place from 27th to 29th August. Here are all the matches will be a best-of-three series, except for the grand finals which will feature a best-of-five matchup.

Prize Pool Distribution

The INR 25,00,000 ($33,000 USD) total prize pool will be divided between the top four teams and the MVP of the tournament as follows,

1st - $16,500 USD

2nd - $8,000 USD

3rd - $3,500 USD

4th - $3,500 USD

MVP - $1,500 USD

Livestream

The VCC 2021 Playoffs will be livestreamed across multiple platforms via NODWIN Gaming's official channels on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch in both Hindi and English.

Hindi - Twitch | YouTube | Facebook

English - Twitch | YouTube | Facebook

VCC 2021 Playoffs

NODWIN Gaming

This is going to be an exciting faceoff between the best Valorant teams from across South Asia. The winner claiming the lion's share of the prize pool will also make their way over to the APAC Last Chance Qualifier, where they will be representing the entirety of the South Asian region.

Disclaimer: NODWIN Gaming is an investor in and client of AFK Gaming.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.