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Tournament Name Prize Teams Players
1 VCT 2023 GC Championship No info No info No info
2 VALORANT Champions 2023 No info 6 teams No info
3 VCT 2023 EMEA LC No info 6 teams No info
4 VCT 2023 Pacific LC No info 7 teams No info
5 VCT 2023 Americas LC No info 7 teams No info
6 VCT 2023 China No info 20 teams 83 players
7 VCA 2023 EMEA No info 3 teams No info
8 VCA 2023 Americas No info 4 teams No info
9 VCA 2023 Pacific No info 10 teams No info
10 SEL 2023 S1 $ 29323 8 teams No info
11 VCT 2023 Masters Tokyo $ 1000000 12 teams No info
12 KGCM 2023 May $ 5000 8 teams 41 players
13 FGC 2023 Act 2 No info 20 teams 108 players
14 VCT 2023 South Asia S2 $ 100000 11 teams 53 players
15 DreamHack Melbourne 2023 $ 6615 8 teams 35 players
16 VCT 2023 LAS S2 Challengers $ 38000 6 teams 32 players
17 VCT 2023 LAN S2 Challengers $ 38000 6 teams 31 players
18 KGCM 2023 April $ 5000 8 teams 40 players
19 VCT 2023 NA S2 Challengers $ 50000 12 teams 64 players
20 VCT 2023 JP S2 Challengers $ 35726 47 teams 242 players

The Most Anticipated Valorant Tournament Events

The Valorant tournament schedule is something a lot of dedicated players keep up with. Over the last two years, we’ve already had a few Valorant tournaments we could watch, and all of them were spectacular. They involved a nice prize pool, as well as a plethora of incredible Valorant teams, some of which even became champions.

But if you’re not yet familiar with all eSport events, this post will list some of the largest tournaments that unfolded so far in the world of Valorant.


EPIC.LAN has already been involved in a lot of events for other games, therefore they did not want to avoid Valorant.
They organized the EPIC.LAN $34 tournament, where 16 teams participated. The eSport event took place in the Kettering Conference Centre and it was an offline event.
This iteration of the tournament was highly anticipated, and we may get more tournaments like this in the future.

2. Valorant Champions Tour

There is no doubt that the Valorant Champions Tour was one of the greatest eSports tournaments of 2021. Everyone was excited about it, and rightfully so – the event has some of the best teams in the world.

There were three different stages as part of this tournament, with each particular one being divided into several smaller events. This would all lead to a Valorant Masters tournament for each stage in the end.

People were already hyped to see this event on the Valorant schedule in 2021, and the good news is that 2022 will have this tournament too. With one of the most interesting tournament formats and a large prize pool, the event is bound to be as successful as the last one, if not more.

3. Valorant Conquerors Championship

If you checked the Valorant tournament schedule, perhaps you noticed the Valorant Conquerors Championship, a gaming tournament that takes place in South Asia.

This event has a prize pool of $33,000, and it was overall great. Eight teams went against one another, doing their best to win a huge sum of money. What was even better was that the winning teams had the chance to participate in the Valorant Champions Tour 2021: Asia Last Chance Qualifier. The winners were Global Esports.

4. Nerd Street Gamers: Summer Championship

Nerd Street Gamers have been an integral part of the Valorant professional scene. They organized an amazing event. Even though it wasn’t the biggest one, it still had a generous prize pool that all teams were aiming for – at least when it came to the Summer/Winter Championship.

The tournaments they organized so far were action-packed and made all fans glued to their screens. You should expect more NSG events in the future.

Final Thoughts

If you want to watch some Valorant online tournaments, definitely consider some of the events listed here. You will have plenty of fun and you’ll be able to see your favorite players.