Here is your hub for all of the action throughout VCT Masters 2 in Copenhagen.
The Valorant Champions Tour is heading to Copenhagen for Masters 2. The tournament, which goes from July 10 through to July 24, will see the best Valorant teams from across the world squaring off with each other for a chance at Masters glory in the 2022 season.
We will be updating this article on a regular basis throughout the tournament. Make sure to keep an eye on this page if you want to stay updated with all of the latest news pertaining to Masters 2 Copenhagen.
Every team that has qualified for VCT Stage 2 Masters: Copenhagen
Which teams have booked their ticket to Copenhagen for VCT Stage 2 Masters?
Check out the VCT Masters Copenhagen live updated scores here.
All Qualified teams for Masters 2 Copenhagen:
Here is a table featuring all of the teams that have qualified for Masters 2 Copenhagen. Just like at Masters 1 Reykjavik, Masters 2 is comprised of Twelve Teams from across the four major regions within the VCT.
The pool of teams consist of 3 teams from EMEA, 2 from North America (including Masters 1 Champions OpTic Gaming), 2 from Latin America, 1 from Brazil, 2 from APAC, 1 from South Korea, and 1 from Japan. The Top 4 seeds from the qualifiers were immediately advanced to the Knockout Stage of the tournament. The remaining 8 teams will battle it out in the Group Stage, where only the Top 2 from each group will advance to the Knockout Stage. Below you will find a table showcasing all twelve teams:
|Top Seeded Teams||Group A||Group B|
|Fnatic (EMEA)||OpTic Gaming (NA)||DRX (KR)|
|Xset (NA)||Loud (BR)||FunPlus Phoenix (EMEA)|
|Leviatán (LATAM)||Guild Esports (EMEA)||Xerxia Esports (APAC)|
|Paper Rex (APAC)||Kru Esports (LATAM)||Northeption (JP)|
If you are new to the Valorant Championship Tour, or simply need a refresher on how the Masters Tournaments work, you can click on this video here for a full rundown on the format.
Full Schedule and results for Masters 2 Copenhagen 2022
Here is the entire schedule for VCT Masters 2 Copenhagen. Below you will find the dates and times of all the matches taking place during the tournament as well as a rundown of both the Group Stage and Knockout Stage.
The tournament will be held at the will commence with the Group Stage, which will run from Sunday, July 10 to Wednesday, July 13. The Knockout Phase of the tournament will commence on Thursday, July 14 and will continue to Monday, July 18 where only the Top 4 teams will be left standing.
There will be a brief pause to proceedings from July 19 – 21 to allow the remaining teams time to prepare for the final sprint. Bracket play will then resume from Friday July 22 – Sunday 24, where the remaining four teams will battle it out to see who will be crowned the Champions of Masters 2.
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VCT Masters Copenhagen Group stage results
Here is a full rundown on the Group Stage for Masters 2 Copenhagen. All fixture times indicated reflect Central European Summer Time (CEST).
Group A fixtures:
|Team 1||Team 2||Result||Article|
|OpTic Gaming||Guild Esports||1-2||Link|
|Kru esports||Guild Esports||1-2||Link|
|Kru esports||OpTic Gaming||0-2||Link|
Group B fixtures:
|Team 1||Team 2||Result||Article|
|Stage||Time (CEST)||Team 1||Team 2||Result||Article|
|Upper QF||1715||Paper Rex||Guild Esports||2-0||Link|
|Upper QF||1930||Fnatic||FunPlus Phoenix||2-0||Link|
|Upper QF||2100||XSET||OpTic Gaming||0-2||Link|
|Lower Round 1||1715||Guild esports||FunPlus Phoenix||1-2||Link|
|Lower Round 1||2030||Leviathan||XSET||2-1||Link|
|Upper Bracket SF||1715||Paper Rex||Fnatic||2-0||Link|
|Upper Bracket SF||2000||DRX||OpTic Gaming||1-2||Link|
|Losers QF||1715||DRX||FunPlus Phoenix||0-2||Link|
|Upper Bracket final||1720||Paper Rex||OpTic||1-0||Link|
|Lower Bracket SF||2000||FunPlus Phoenix||Fnatic||2-0||Link|
|Lower Bracket Final🔴||1715||FunPlus Phoenix||OpTiC Gaming||3-1||Link|
|Grand Final||1700||FunPlus Phoenix||Paper Rex||3-2||Link|
Check out our exclusive Valorant Masters Copenhagen coverage here:
- DRX stax on ardiis: “I’m not going to trigger him because he’s so big and huge. I remember moving out of his way and I just want to be friends with him”
- LOUD Sacy: “I think Fade is probably going to replace Sova in some time. I think she has more options than Sova in-game”
- KRU Mazino on the best Initiator Conversation: “I don’t care what anyone thinks about me or about our team. I just play every second I can.”
- FPX ANGE1: “We feel much more confident than we did with stand-in and it’s not about Seider. It’s about the chemistry on our team, when everyone knows different situations. It’s easier to play for every one of us”