Valorant Masters Copenhagen will be the first international Valorant event with a live audience.
Valorant Masters Copenhagen will be the first international Valorant event to feature a live audience, Riot announced today. The last three days of the VCT Masters Copenhagen will features a live audience with tickets set to go on sale on July 1.
The final three days of the event will take place at the Forum in Copenhagen from July 22-24, 2022. Fans will get a chance to watch their favorite players in action and Riot will reveal more details of the schedule and format soon.
What’s the schedule for Masters 2 Copenhagen?
The full event schedule is not yet available, instead more information will be public once all teams have qualified to the event. However, Riot games has released the schedule for the final three days of the event. The upper bracket final and the lower bracket semifinal will take place on July 22. The lower bracket final will send one team to the Grand Finals on the 23rd. The Masters 2 Champion will be determined on July 24 in front of a live audience.
- Friday, July 22, 2022 – Upper Bracket Final & Lower Bracket Semifinal
- Saturday, July 23, 2022 – Lower Bracket Final
- Sunday, July 24, 2022 – Grand Finals
The schedule allows for teams to recover and prepare for the next day’s matches, following similar formats for previous events.
The Forum is a multipurpose historic indoor arena in Copenhagen, first inaugurated in 1926. It operates as a convention center, concert hall and indoor arena. With a seating capacity of 10,000 (standing) the Forum will roar with Valorant fans from July 22-24, 2022.
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When will Masters 2 Berlin tickets go on sale?
In the same announcement, Riot also revealed that July 1 is when fans can get their hands on tickets.
There will be two types of tickets at VCT Masters Copenhagen: Ground Floor and the Balcony.
- Ground Floor Bleachers : 245 DKK
- Balcony Bleachers : 175 DKK
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