VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin is the biggest international Valorant LAN yet. The Valorant eSports world is always interesting and fans are eagerly waiting for VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin. The first major LAN tournament since Valorant’s release, the Valorant Champions Tour Stage 2 Masters, had ended last month in Reykjavik, Iceland. The game’s second foray into a big global event is set to be a massive affair, featuring 16 teams instead of just the 10 in Iceland. After a series of multiple qualifiers and finals, here are teams who have qualified For VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin.
VCT Stage 3 Masters Berlin
VCT is Riot’s year-long global tournament. There are 3 main tiers of this tournament Challengers, Masters, and Champions. Stage 3 of the Challengers NA is just around the corner. This tournament will lead to September’s international Stage 3 Masters tournament held in Berlin, Germany. In contrast to Masters Reykjavík, Berlin will include 16 teams from North America, EMEA, Brazil, Korea, Japan, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.
VCT Masters 3 Berlin Semifinals Results
On Semifinals of VCT Masters 3 Berlin, 2 Games were played.
Game 1(Gambit vs G2 Esports)
Map 1(Breeze): In the first half of the map Gambit took a slight edge over G2 with a 7-5 half. Gambit managed to close out the map with a 13-10 scoreline.
Map 2(Icebox): This map was one of a kind. G2 had no replies to nAts flanks anti-flanks. Gambit won the map flawlessly, 1st time a team managed to win a map flawlessly on an international stage. Gambit humiliated G2 with a 13-0 scoreline.
Map 3(Ascent): Gambit won the first two maps so the third map was not played.
Game 2(100 Thieves vs Envy)
Map 1(Haven): 100T took the first 3 rounds of the half but after that Envy took all remaining 9 rounds. In the second half, Envy closed out the map with a 13-5 scoreline.
Map 2(Ascent): Envy started this map strong as well. Envy took the half with a 7-5 scoreline. In the second half, Envy managed to win 5 rounds back to back. Envy wrapped up the map with a 13-8 scoreline.
Map 3(Icebox): Envy won the first two maps so the third map was not played.
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