VCT Champions 2021 Schedule and Results

VCT Champions 2021 Schedule: Riot Games’ first official circuit, the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT), will soon come to an end, as it’s time to go home. VCT Champions is underway from December 1 until December 12, in Berlin, Germany.

Sixteen of the most worth teams from around the world battle to claim the world’s first championship title as well as a slice of the prize pool of $1,000,000. Check out the complete VCT Champions 2021 teams list and the schedule and results below.

The VCT Champions is a double-elimination format with four teams in four groups (Group A through Group D). The best matches are played out of three group stages, with only the top two teams in each group making it onto the semifinals.

The playoffs include eight teams playing in a single-elimination bracket which means that all games are the best of three except those in the Grand Final, which is the best of five.

VCT Champions will stream live streaming on Twitch as well as YouTube.

VCT Champion 2021 Team

Sixteen teams from around the world participate on the streets of Berlin at the off-line VCT Champions, including:

  • Brazil: FURIA Esports, Team Vikings, Keyd Stars
  • EMEA: Acend, Fnatic, Gambit, Team Liquid
  • Japan: Crazy Raccoon
  • Korea Vision Strikers
  • Latin America: KRU Esports
  • North America: Cloud9, Sentinels, Team Envy
  • SEA Full Sense Team Secret, X10 CRIT

VCT Champion 2021 Groups

Four teams participate in the VCT Champions Group Stages:

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

VCT Champion 2021 Schedule

December 1

  • 9 a.m. Eastern Time: Vision Strikers against. Complete Sense (2-0)
  • noon ET: Vikings vs. Crazy Raccoon (2-0)
  • 3 p.m. Eastern Time: Fnatic vs. Cloud9 (2-1)

December 2

  • 9 a.m. ET: Gambit vs. Team Secret (2-1)
  • 12:00 ET: Sentinelsvs. FRIA Esports (2-1)
  • 4:20 p.m. ET: Liquid vs. KRU (2-0)

December 3

  • 9 a.m. ET Acend at. Vivo Keyd (1-2)*
  • Noon ET: Vision Strikers vs. Fnatic(1-2)
  • 3 p.m. ET: Team Envy vs. X10 (2-0)

Riot Games is deliberating the best way to proceed.

December 4

  • 10 a.m. ET Gambit vs. Vikings (2-1)
  • 1 p.m. ET: Liquid vs. Sentinels (2-1)

December 5

  • 8:30 a.m. ET Acendvs. Vivo Keyd (2-1)
  • 9 a.m. ET: Team Secret vs. Crazy Raccoon (2-0)
  • noon ET: KRU vs. FURIA (2-1)
  • 3 p.m. ET: Cloud9 vs. ALL SENSE (2-0)

Acend and Vivo Keyed replayed map 3, with Acend taking the lead 7-0, as per the deliberations.

December 6

  • 9 a.m. ET Acend vs. Envy (2-0)
  • noon ET: Vivo Keyd vs. X10 CRIT
  • 3 p.m. ET 3 p.m. ET: Sentinels vs. KRU

December 7

  • 8 a.m. ET Vision is Strikes. TBA
  • noon ET: Vikings vs. Team Secret
  • 2 p.m. ET: Group A deciders

December 8

  • 12:00 ET noon ET: Quarterfinals

December 9

  • 12:00 ET noon ET: Quarterfinals

December 11

  • noon ET: Semifinals

December 12

  • Noon ET Grand Finals

VCT Champions 2021 Results and Prize Pool

VCT Champions includes a total $1,000,000 prize pool that is distributed across all 16 teams. It is divided in the following manner:

Place Prize Team

1 $350,000 TBD

2 $150,000 TBD

3 $90,000 TBD

4 $90,000 TBD

5 $40,000 TBD

6 $40,000 TBD

7 $40,000 TBD

8 $40,000 TBD

9 $20,000 TBD

10 $20,000 TBD

11 $20,000 TBD

12 $20,000 TBD

13 $20,000 Keyd Stars

14 $20,000 FURIA Esports

15 $20,000 Crazy Raccoon

16 $20,000 FULL SENSES

The VCT Champions 2021 results and places can be updated when the competition progresses.