Valorant Masters Reykjavik


Valorant Masters Reykjavik: Everything You Need to Know

Abhimannu Das
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Valorant Masters Reykjavik will feature 12 teams that have qualified from Challengers events across the globe.
EMEA is currently the highest-seeded region with three representatives competing in the event.
VCT Masters Reykjavik kicks off on 10th April with the grand finals set to take place on 24th April.

2022’s first Valorant Masters event will take place in Reykjavik, Iceland which was also home to Masters Stage Two last year. With 16 teams set to compete for a sizeable chunk of Valorant Circuit Points, the stakes are as high as possible. Riot Games chose Iceland as the location because it continues to be favorable for LAN events despite travel restrictions across the globe. The international event is set to kick off on 10th April and it will conclude with the grand final on 24th April.

Valorant Masters Reykjavik: Overview

This year Riot Games is updating the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) Circuit Points structure to more heavily reward performances at international events. Additionally, the top seeds from North America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa), APAC (Asia-Pacific), and the top seed from the winner of the LATAM (Latin America) and Brazil playoff will get seeded deeper in the bracket, while the remaining teams will need to battle from earlier rounds of competition.

Valorant Masters Reykjavik

Valorant Masters Reykjavik

Valorant Masters Reykjavik: Teams

EMEA Challengers

  • G2 Esports

  • Fnatic

  • Team Liquid

Korea Challengers

  • DRX

NA Challengers

  • The Guard

  • OpTic Gaming

APAC Challengers

  • Paper Rex


Japan Challengers

  • ZETA Division

LATAM Challengers

  • KRU Esports

Brazil Challengers

  • LOUD

LATAM vs Brazil Playoffs

  • Ninjas in Pyjamas or Leviatan (To be determined)

Valorant Masters Reykjavik: Format and Schedule

The event will take place in a double-elimination bracket with winners of Challenger events being put deeper into the bracket while other teams have to play additional matches. All matches except the grand final will take place in a best-of-three format. The grand final will take place in a best-of-five format.

The event commences on 10th April and the grand final will take place on 24th April.

Valorant Masters Reykjavik: Prize Pool

The cash prize for the event is yet to be announced. Riot Games has announced how many circuit points each team will receive in the event. The Valorant Circuit Points will be distributed as follows:

  • Winner - 750 Points

  • Runner Up - 500 Points

  • 3rd Place - 400 Points

  • 4th Place - 300 Points

  • 5th-6th - 250 Points

  • 7th-8th - 200 Points

  • 9-10th - 150 Points

  • 11th-12th 125 Points

The Valorant Circuit Points will contribute towards the regional standings and help determine spots for the world championships later this year.

Valorant Masters Reykjavik: Where to Watch

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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.