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VCT NA LCQ: Scores, schedule, bracket

Stay updated on all the NA VCT LCQ action.

At the North American Last Chance Qualifier, one team will punch their ticket to Champions, while seven of the NA squads that played a major role in the first year of the VALORANT Champions Tour will get sent home.

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What was originally a 10-team bracket with single and double-elimination portions has now been reduced to an eight-team single-elimination bracket after both Oceanic teams were unable to attend. One team will come out on top and join fellow NA teams Sentinels and Team Envy at Champions in Berlin.

The event was originally set to run offline from Oct. 12 to Oct. 17, but due to concerns about COVID tests and playing conditions, the event has been pushed back two weeks and onto an online format. The first day’s match results will carry over into the restart.

Participating teams

The eight teams participating represent the squads ranked third through 10th in the North American VCT standings.

  • 100 Thieves
  • Version1
  • FaZe Clan
  • XSET
  • Luminosity Gaming
  • Rise
  • Cloud9 Blue
  • Gen.G Esports

ORDER and Chiefs Esports Club, both from Oceania, were unable to attend the event.

Bracket and schedule

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The NA VCT Last Chance Qualifier will use a double-elimination bracket. All matches will be best-of-three, except for the grand finals, which will be best-of-five.

The schedule has been updated after the event’s original dates were postponed. All times are in CT and subject to change or delays.

Tuesday, Oct. 12

Wednesday, Oct. 27

Thursday, Oct. 28

*Rescheduled after power outage prevented Rise supamen from continuing on Wednesday.

Friday, Oct. 29

Saturday, Oct. 30

Sunday, Oct. 31

  • 2pm CT: Cloud9 Blue 3-0 Rise (13-8 Breeze, 13-0 Split, 13-11 Bind)

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