All Valorant teams qualified for VCT Masters Tokyo

Luís Mira

The second international Valorant event of the year, VCT Masters Tokyo, is less than a month away. Here is the list of the teams that have qualified for the tournament.

After a VCT LOCK//IN event in Brazil that whetted the appetite of Valorant fans with all 30 partner teams in attendance, Riot Games returns to a more traditional setting for VCT Masters Tokyo, the second cross-region tournament of 2023.

The event will take place from June 11-25 in Tokyo, more specifically in Chiba, a city located east of the Japanese capital. It will feature 12 teams, ten determined by the results of the international leagues and two Chinese sides.

On April 26, Riot Games revealed that the recently concluded first act of the FGC VALORANT Invitational 2023 determined the two Chinese teams for Tokyo. The winner of that tournament, Attacking Soul Esports, and the losing finalist, EDward Gaming, will both attend the international event.

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As the winning region of VCT LOCK//IN, EMEA will have an extra spot at VCT Masters Tokyo. It will send four teams to Japan (Fnatic, Team Liquid, FUT Esports and NAVI), one more than the other two international leagues.

In the Americas league, NRG secured the final in Tokyo after beating Cloud9 in a nail-biting lower bracket match, joining the two upper bracket semi-finalists, LOUD and Evil Geniuses.

Here are all the teams who have qualified for VCT Masters Tokyo.

Americas League

  • LOUD
  • Evil Geniuses
  • NRG

EMEA League

  • Fnatic
  • Team Liquid
  • FUT Esports
  • NAVI (VCT LOCK//IN slot)

Pacific League

  • DRX
  • Paper Rex
  • T1


  • Attacking Soul Esports
  • EDward Gaming

About The Author

Luís was formerly Dexerto's Esports editor. Luís Mira graduated from ESCS in 2012 with a degree in journalism. A former reporter for, Goal and SkySports, he brought more than a decade of experience covering esports and traditional sports to Dexerto's editorial team.