VCT 2023 EMEA League Teams Results, Schedule Plus Format and Livestream

VCT 2023 EMEA League: Teams, Results, Schedule, Format, Livestream, More

VCT 2023 EMEA League-Riot Games has launched three international leagues to boost competitive Valorant play. One such league is VCT 2023: EMEA League., featuring 10 handpicked partner teams.

Giants of VCT 2023 season have revamped their roster, signing free agents such as nukkye and hoody as well as former NAVI members Cloud and rhyme. Karmine Corp meanwhile, added two Benrlitom brothers – ScreaM and Nivera.


Fnatic are currently undefeated and leading their group, but need to defeat KOI in order to stay unbeaten and keep that trend going. Kickoff for their match starts at 9:30 PM IST; livestream can be found on Valorant Esports official Twitch channel or watch parties may also be hosted around the globe by teams and streamers involved with Valorant Esports League.

Ten teams compete in a single round-robin stage with matches being played Wednesdays through Fridays. The top six teams advance to the playoffs – which use a double-elimination format – where only six remain; six will then advance directly to Valorant Champions 2023 in Tokyo while the runner-up and third place teams receive direct invites as well. Two more teams will face-off against one another to determine two final spots at Masters Tokyo.

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Giants-VCT 2023 EMEA League

Fnatic won the opening tournament at VCT LOCK//IN to launch Valorant’s inaugural international league competition, featuring 10 partnered teams competing over nine weeks in Berlin for entry into one Masters event and ultimately become Valorant Champions.

Riot Games has launched three international leagues to fuel competitive esports competition: Americas League and Pacific League will each offer four qualifying slots to reach Valorant Champions Tour 2023 finals.

This competition will feature weekly matches held on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays with broadcast available in English, Spanish, and Turkish; additionally games will also be streamed live via YouTube and Twitch.

Heretics-VCT 2023 EMEA League

The 2023 VCT EMEA League kicks off March 27 and features ten teams competing in a single round-robin stage. Six teams will advance to the playoffs which feature double elimination.

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Riot Games will introduce another international league into their Valorant Champions 2023 (VCT) structure this year with the launch of Pacific League on March 25 and lasting eight weeks. Ten franchised teams in this region will battle it out to qualify for Masters Tokyo and Valorant Champions 2023 tournaments.

Team Heretics, the Spanish esports organization competing in both the LEC and VALORANT Leagues, has acquired sponsorship from energy drink brand Red Bull. All their League of Legends and VALORANT rosters will now wear jerseys bearing Red Bull’s name during this season.


Riot Games recently hosted an unforgettable special event to launch its three international leagues and begin regular season competition for Valorant, with teams from Americas, EMEA and Pacific meeting for the inaugural time ever in this new era of competitive Valorant.

In its eight-week regular season, all ten competing teams will meet once in a round-robin format; all matches will consist of Bo3 series.

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DRX will dominate this division and should be the clear favorites to win the tournament. Their roster boasts players such as SugarZ3ro, TENNN, Laz, and Crow. DRX have previously outwitted competitors at VCT LOCK//IN 2023 and Valorant Champions Istanbul 2022 events with ease.


The T1 earned their way to MSI after an impressive League of Legends Championship Korea 2022 Spring Season performance in LCK 2022 Spring, from Oner’s heroic roams to impressive two-vs-two play from Guma and Ryu “Keria” Min-seok’s duo-vs-duo play, T1 emerged as an overwhelming force during this series.

Also, T1 set the second fastest game ever at an international event when their Upper Bracket Quarterfinals match against MAD Lions went as quickly as 16 minutes and 50 seconds. T1 quickly took control of the map to sweep MAD Lions without much difficulty.

Watch all ten teams compete at the VCT LOCK//IN in English, Turkish and Spanish on Twitch and YouTube. Additionally, watch parties will take place with selected streamers and pro players; please see schedule below.