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How to Watch VALORANT Champions 2021 – teams, format, schedule, streams, predictions


26 Nov 2021

Gabriel Sciberras

Over the past year, the Valorant Champions Tour has been building up to one event – VALORANT Champions 2021! Accordingly, following several regional events completed, we have our final collection of teams to celebrate the climax of the first official year of VALORANT esports. Indeed, read on for all of your viewership details in the following article!

Event Background

Credits: VALORANT Champions Tour Twitter

As I’ll reiterate, all the teams in the world have fought to earn a seed at this prestigious Major event. Taking place in Berlin in an offline environment, we have the top 16 teams in the world competing for over $1,000,000 of prize pool.

Organized by Riot and running from the 1st December to 12th December, this is the largest event of the season. Accordingly, below find your competitors listed for you, and considering how they qualified:

  • Gambit Esports – Masters Berlin
  • Sentinels – NA Circuit Points
  • Team Envy – NA Circuit Points
  • KRU Esports – LATAM Circuit Points
  • Team Vikings – BR Circuit Points
  • Keyd Stars – BR Circuit Points
  • Acend – EMEA Circuit Points
  • Fnatic – EMEA Circuit Points
  • Vision Strikers – KR Circuit Points
  • Crazy Raccoon – JP Circuit Points
  • X10 CRIT – SEA Circuit Points
  • Team Secret – SEA Circuit Points
  • Cloud9 Blue – NA LCQ
  • Team Liquid – EMEA LCQ
  • FURIA Esports – SA LCQ

Bearing that in mind, let’s talk format.


Credits: VALORANT Champions Tour Twitter

In terms of format, Riot Games are doing what they do best. Accordingly, a two-stage competition looks to take place.

First, we’ll have a Group Stage. Here, 4 groups of four teams will commpete in a double-elimination format. They’ll be fighting to be the 2 of 4 teams to progress following the BO3 matches to make it to eh Playoffs. Indeed, the following are your groups:

  • A Group – Acend, Team Envy, X10 CRIT, Keyd Stars
  • B Group – Sentinels, KRU Esports, Team Liquid, FURIA Esports
  • C Group – Gambit Esports, Team Vikings, Team Secret, Crazy Raccoon
  • D Group – Vision Strikers, Fnatic, FULL SENSE, Cloud9 Blue

Finally, after the Group Stage, we have our final 8 teams. Indeed, they’ll be seeded into a single-elimination bracket. All matches will be BO3 except for the Grand Final being BO5.

Schedule for the VALORANT Champions 2021 (CET)

Credits: VALORANT Champions Tour Twitter

Here are the first few days of competition:

1st December

  • FULL SENSE vs VISION Strikers (15:00)
  • CR vs VKS (18:00)
  • Cloud9 Blue vs Fnatic (21:00)

2nd December

  • Team Secret vs Gambit Esports (15:00)
  • Team Liquid vs KRU Esports (18:00)
  • FURIA vs Sentinels (21:00)

For the remaining schedule, we recommend checking out the entire schedule here.

Watch VALORANT Champions 2021 on esportsguide

Credits: VALORANT Champions Tour Twitter

You can also watch VALORANT Champions 2021 live stream via our very own website. Providing an extensive list of the biggest esports together with streams for each esports match live today or upcoming matches.


So, how do we measure who the top team is? Here are your top 10 teams following Stage 3 Masters:

  1. Gambit Esports
  2. Team Envy
  3. 100 Thieves
  4. G2 Esports
  5. Acend
  6. Sentinels
  7. Vision Strikers
  8. KRU Esports
  9. SuperMassive Blaze
  10. F4Q
Credits: VALORANT Champions Tour Twitter

Although they placed lower at Stage 3 Masters, we’d like to favour Sentinels in this upcoming event as they’ve dominated this past year and will look to continue doing so.

However, Gambit Esports are standing in their way and could win it too. We can’t wait to see how it boils down.

For more esports news, visit: https://www.esportsguide.com/news

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