Valorant Masters Berlin: Prize Pool, Format, Where You Can Watch
Valorant Masters Berlin will offer one last chance for teams to secure a spot at Valorant Champions, with 16 teams heading to the event next month. It is the most important Valorant LAN event till date and fans are excited to see which teams make it to Valorant Champions. Unlike VCT Masters Reykjavik, Masters 3 Berlin will feature 16 teams instead of the usual 10. North America’s Sentinels is the only team to have qualified for the Valorant Champions event so far, but the team will be looking to claim its third straight Valorant Masters championship heading into the event. Here is everything you need to know about Valorant Masters Berlin.
Valorant Masters Berlin: Overview
Valorant Masters will be the third and final LAN event leading up to Valorant Champions. The event will kick off on 9th September and conclude on 19th September. Teams will be competing at the Verti Music Hall in Berlin, Germany.
The 16 teams competing in the upcoming event include:
Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) – 4 Teams
North America - 3 Teams
Brazil – 2 Teams
Japan – 2 Teams
Latin America (LATAM) – 1 Team
Valorant Masters Berlin: Prize pool
The prize money for the upcoming event is yet to be finalized. The winners of the event will receive a guaranteed slot at Valorant Champions, other participating teams will receive:
2nd place – 375 Circuit Points
3rd – 4th – 325 Circuit Points
5th – 8th – 275 Circuit Points
9th – 12th – 225 Circuit Points
13th – 16th - 175 Circuit Points
Valorant Masters Berlin: Format
Four groups of four teams in a double-elimination format.
Top two teams advance to the Playoffs.
All matches are Bo3
Eight teams in a single-elimination bracket
All matches (excl. Grand Final) are Bo3
Grand Final is Bo5
Valorant Masters Berlin: Where to watch
Players can catch up on all of the action at: