The first international Valorant LAN was one to remember with the VCT Stage 2 Masters in Iceland. 10 teams from across the world descended on Reykjavik to determine who was the best, but in the end it would be Sentinels taking the title home to North America.
- Sentinels sweep Fnatic 3-0 in the Grand Final BO5, taking home $200,000.
- TenZ and Sentinels didn’t drop a single map through the whole tournament.
- Fnatic battled their way through the Lower Bracket only to get shut down by Sentinels.
Reykjavik was one of the biggest moments in Valorant esports yet, as we were finally able to confirm that NA seems to be the best Valorant region of them all — so far.
VCT Stage 2 Masters in Iceland marked the game’s first “world championship,” with teams from seven regions descending on Reykjavik to duke it out for the title.
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|Placement||Team||Prize Money||VCT Points|
Day 1: Monday, May 24
|Upper Bracket Round 1||Fnatic 2-0 KRU||8AM||11AM||4PM|
|Upper Bracket Round 1||Version1 2-0 Crazy Raccoon||10AM||1:30PM||6:30PM|
|Upper Bracket Round 2||NUTURN 2-1 Sharks||1PM||4PM||9PM|
Day 2: Tuesday, May 25
|Upper Bracket Round 2||Vikings 2-0 x10 Esports||8AM||11AM||4PM|
|Upper Bracket Round 2||Version1 2-1 Liquid||10AM||1:30PM||6:30PM|
|Upper Bracket Round 2||Sentinels 2-0 Fnatic||1PM||4PM||9PM|
Day 3: Wednesday, May 26
|Lower Bracket Round 1||Crazy Raccoon 0-2 X10 Esports||8AM||11AM||4PM|
|Lower Bracket Round 1||KRU 2-0 Sharks||10AM||1:30PM||6:30PM|
|Upper Bracket Round 3||Vikings 0-2 Sentinels||1PM||4PM||9PM|
Day 4: Thursday, May 27
|Upper Bracket Round 3||NUTURN 2-1 Version1||8AM||11AM||4PM|
|Lower Bracket Round 2||Fnatic 2-0 X10 Esports||10AM||1:30PM||6:30PM|
|Lower Bracket Round 2||Team Liquid 2-0 KRU||1PM||4PM||9PM|
Day 5: Friday, May 28
|Lower Bracket Round 3||Version1 0-2 Fnatic||8AM||11AM||4PM|
|Lower Bracket Round 3||Vikings 0-2 Team Liquid||10AM||1:30PM||6:30PM|
|Upper Bracket Final||Sentinels 2-0 NUTURN||1PM||4PM||9PM|
Day 6: Saturday, May 29
|Lower Bracket Round 4||Team Liquid 0-2 Fnatic||10AM||1PM||6PM|
|Lower Bracket Final||NUTURN 1-2 Fnatic||12PM||3:30PM||8:30PM|
Day 7: Sunday, May 30
|Grand Final (BO5)||Sentinels 3-0 Fnatic||10AM||1PM||6PM|
10 teams from seven regions across the world qualified for the VCT Stage 2 Masters through their respective Challengers Finals events.
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You can find a list of teams that participated down below.
|Sentinels||North America||TenZ, ShahZaM, SicK, dapr, zombs|
|Version1||North America||vanity, effys, penny, Zellsis, wippie|
|Fnatic||Europe||Boaster, Derke, Doma, Mistic, Magnum|
|Team Liquid||Europe||Jamppi, Kryptix, L1NK, ScreaM, soulcas|
|Team Vikings||Brazil||frz, gtnziN, Saadhak, Sacy, sutecas|
|Sharks Esports||Brazil||DeNaro, fra, light, gaabxx, prozin|
|NUTURN||Korea||peri, allow, Suggest, lakia, solo|
|Crazy Raccoon||Japan||Medusa, rion, zepher, neth, Munchkin|
|X10 Esports||South East Asia||foxz, sushiboys, sScary, Crws, Patiphan|
|KRU Esports||Latin America||Mazino, delz1k, bnj, NagZ, Klaus|
Riot opted for a double-elimination bracket for VCT Stage 2 Masters Iceland. The six higher-seeded teams, including eventual champions Sentinels, were pushed directly to Round 1, while the lower-seeded squads had an extra game in the Play-In stage.
The bracket was randomly seeded, except for Sentinels and Team Liquid, who automatically got a Round 1 spot after winning the NA and European qualifiers.
All matches were be best-of-three, except for the best-of-five Grand Final.