VCT Masters Tokyo: Attacking Soul Esports and Edward Gaming set to represent China in the upcoming international Valorant LAN event

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VCT Masters Tokyo: Attacking Soul Esports and Edward Gaming set to represent China in the upcoming international Valorant LAN event

Attacking Soul Esports and Edward Gaming have made history by becoming the first two teams from China to qualify for the upcoming VCT Masters tournament in Tokyo, Japan. The highly anticipated international LAN event will bring together the top Valorant teams from around the world. They will compete for a chance at the championship title.

Attacking Soul Esports secured their invitation to Tokyo after an impressive showing at the FGC VALORANT Invitational Act I. During the invitational, they emerged victorious in the grand finals against EDward Gaming. This win came just after the team added former EDG player Qu “Life” Donghao to their roster. They have since continued to dominate in the domestic competition. This includes securing victories against other VCT LOCK//IN representatives, Edward Gaming and FunPlus Phoenix. Edward Gaming, on the other hand, clinched the last and final spot for China. The team is headlined by star player Zheng “ZmjjKK” Yongkang and will attend their third international tournament in June. The team has shown strength and consistency in their performance, making them a force to be reckoned with on the global stage.

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Valorant’s VCT Masters Tokyo set to take place in June

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The VCT Masters Tokyo will take place from June 11-25. A total of 16 teams from around the world will be competing in the tournament. Attacking Soul Esports and Edward Gaming will represent China alongside other top teams from regions. These regions include EMEA, Americas, and Pacific.

The tournament will feature a group stage from June 11-14. On June 16, the playoffs will resume after a one-day break. There will be a two-day break on June 22 and 23. The lower final and grand final will be taking place on June 24 and the Grand Final on June 25 to crown the champions.

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Teams from around the world will compete for the championship title and a share of the $600,000 prize pool, making the competition fierce. Attacking Soul Esports and Edward Gaming have proven themselves as top contenders in China, and fans are eagerly anticipating their performance on the international stage.

As the first teams to represent China in a Valorant international LAN event, Attacking Soul Esports and Edward Gaming have made history and set the bar high for future Chinese teams in the competitive gaming scene. Fans and spectators alike will be closely watching their performance and cheering them on as they represent their country on the global stage.

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