VCT 2023 EMEA LCQ: Teams, Schedule, Results, Format, Livestream, More
Here is the complete information about this Valorant tournament.
A few months back, VCT 2023 EMEA League, had taken place in Germany with 10 partnered teams from the region competing against each other. The top three teams, Team Liquid, Fnatic, and FUT Esports, managed to qualify for the Valorant Champions 2023, while the remaining teams proceeded to the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2023 EMEA (Europe Middle-East & Africa) Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ).
Now, the time has finally come for these remaining six teams to fight for the remaining two slots to reach the world championship.
Here is everything you need to know about the VCT 2023 EMEA LCQ, which will be the last regional tournament of the international Valorant circuit for the year.
VCT 2023 EMEA LCQ: Complete Details
Taking place on LAN at the Messe Berlin Charlottenburg in Berlin, Germany, VCT 2023 EMEA LCQ is going to deliver some brilliant performances as every team delivers its absolute best in order to qualify for the Valorant Champions 2023.
VCT 2023 EMEA LCQ: Teams
Fnatic from EMEA was the champion of the VCT 2023 LOCK//IN São Paulo, granting the region an extra slot for the VCT 2023 Masters Tokyo. The team went on to win this tournament as well, granting the region an extra slot for the Valorant Champions 2023.
As a result, only six partenered teams will be competing in the VCT 2023 EMEA LCQ to grab the two remaining slots for the world championship.
Natus Vincere | #11 VCT 2023 Masters Tokyo
Giants | #6 VCT 2023 EMEA League
BBL Esports | #7 VCT 2023 EMEA League
Team Heretics | #8 VCT 2023 EMEA League
KOI | #9 VCT 2023 EMEA League
Karmine Corp | #10 VCT 2023 EMEA League
VCT 2023 EMEA LCQ: Schedule and Results
The tournament will be take place from 19th to 23rd July, directly starting from the Playoffs, seedings for which will be based on the regular season standings of teams from the VCT 2023 EMEA League.
19th July | Upper Bracket Quarterfinals
20th July | Upper Bracket Semifinals
21st July | Upper Bracket Final, Lower Bracket Semifinal
22nd July | Lower Bracket Final
23rd July | Grand Final
VCT 2023 EMEA LCQ: Format
The six competing teams will follow a hybrid elimination format.
Initial seedings of the teams in this hybrid bracket will be based on their regular season standings from the VCT 2023 EMEA League.
The 6th, 5th, 4th, and 3rd seeded teams will start from the Upper Bracket Quarterfinals following a single-elimination format.
The 1st and 2nd seeded teams will start from the Upper Bracket Semifinals and from this point onwards a double-elimination format will be followed.
All the matches will feature a best-of-three series except for the Lower Bracket Final and Grand Final which will follow a best-of-five series.
Note: As additional information for viewers, the organizers have announced that the latest Valorant agent Deadlock will not be a part of this event.
VCT 2023 EMEA LCQ: Where to Watch
The tournament will be broadcasted live across multiple streaming platforms like YouTube and Twitch in 12 different languages - English, Turkish, Finnish, Polish, French, Ukrainian, Italian, Spanish, Hungarian, Russian, German, and Czech.
Apart from the official streaming channels, there will be multiple other co-streams being run in many other languages by various, players, streamers, creators, and personalities.
The VCT 2023 EMEA LCQ is going to be the last regional Valorant tournament of the international circuit this year, making it a really important event for all competing teams guaranteeing plenty of high-octane action.
It will be interesting to see which teams go on to represent the EMEA region in the Valorant Champions 2023 and fly all the way to Los Angeles, United States to vie for the ultimate trohpy.