VCT 2023 Pacific League Teams, Results,Schedule and Livestream

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

VCT 2023 Pacific League 2023 marks an exciting new era of Valorant competition. Three international leagues featuring 10 partnered teams will offer direct pathways to Tokyo Masters and Valorant Champions tournaments. Check out Episode 5, Act 3. The Valorant VCT Pacific League kicks off on March 25. Here’s all you need to know about it. We have all the information you need to stay abreast of what’s happening – here!

Regular Season-VCT 2023 Pacific League Teams

This week marks the kick-off of a revamped VCT Championship Tour Regular Season, as ten teams from across Asia gather in Seoul to vie for representation at 2023’s sole Master’s event in Tokyo. Offering eight weeks of round-robin competition with five matches played weekly (except during Super Week!), fans can tune into Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook live streams to witness all of the action!

The top six teams from the regular season will qualify for the playoffs, where they will face off in a double-elimination bracket. The winners of this matchup will advance to both VCT Masters Tokyo and Valorant Champions 2023 tournament hosted by Riot Games; one more team may also qualify through VCT Last Chance Qualifiers later this year. Each game during playoffs is a best-of-three series except in Lower Final and Grand Final, where games may go all five rounds.

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Playoffs-VCT 2023 Pacific League Teams

The VALORANT Champions Tour is an esports tournament series for Valorant. It comprises 30 partner teams across three regional leagues culminating in a world championship tournament called VALORANT Masters.

The 2023 VCT season has officially kicked off, and teams are already competing to determine who will participate in this year’s playoffs to earn spots at Tokyo Masters and Champions.

DRX currently leads with an unbeaten 9-0 record and are an intimidating contender for Masters Tokyo 2023 and Champions 2023 qualification. Paper Rex should also be watched closely as young and hungry for victory, they could easily challenge DRX for supremacy. Ultimately, however, six teams from the regular season will advance to playoffs which feature double-elimination contests to determine who makes it into Grand Final and thus qualify.

Last Chance Qualifiers-VCT 2023 Pacific League Teams

Once VCT LOCK//IN has concluded, all teams are turning their focus back onto regional leagues – including Riot Games’ latest initiative: VCT Pacific League – as part of Riot’s efforts to establish Valorant as a global esports brand.

The VCT Pacific League will span eight weeks and all matches will take place as best-of-three series, culminating with six teams qualifying for the Playoffs, which are double-elimination brackets with top three teams progressing further into Masters Tokyo and Champions 2023 qualification.

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VCT 2023 will be an exciting climax to the season for both players and teams across the region, pitting some of the top talent against each other fiercely in fierce battles for supremacy in VCT 2023. We spoke to Wardell, former Version1 player turned commentator about this year’s league and which teams to watch out for – his top choices being DRX, T1, Paper Rex; all will likely perform well during VCT 2023!


After an exciting special event, teams are now focused on competing in Riot Games’ regional leagues set up specifically for Valorant in this new era of Valorant. These regional leagues form an essential part of VCT structure and give teams a chance to qualify for Masters Tokyo and Champions events.

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ZETA DIVISION will look to build on their impressive third-place finish at Masters Reykjavik and make an impression in Japan’s 2023 competition. They are joined by DRX and Paper Rex, who both secured spots in partnership league competitions, along with Global Esports and Talon Esports, who both secured spots within this league competition.

Gen.G is another team to watch as they transition back into this tournament with an all-Korean roster led by veteran competitors k1Ng and Meteor – two proven performers on the competitive scene. Six teams will qualify from league play to qualify for playoffs, where a double elimination bracket will determine who makes it through to Masters Tokyo and Champions tournaments.

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