Riot Games have finally announced the brackets, structure, and prize pool for their upcoming Valorant Champions Tour Stage 2 Masters in Reykjavík, Iceland.
This will be the first international Valorant tournament since the game’s release in June 2020, and Riot will not be pulling any punches in their efforts to make it one of the most successful events of the year.
The developers recently revealed the rulebook for the upcoming competition. The 10 best teams from around the world will be facing off against each other in a double-elimination tournament for a piece of the $600,000 prize pool.
Each of the matches in the Valorant Champions Tour Stage 2 Masters will be a best-of-three, apart from the grand finals, which will be a best-of-five.
Schedule for Valorant Champions Tour Masters Reykjavík
The seeding draws for the Valorant Champions Tour Masters Reykjavík consist of two randomized draws.
The teams who were the first seed from NA and EMEA will be included in the first draw, while the rest will be in the second draw.
The first two matches of the tournament, which will be held on May 24, will see Europes Fnatic going up against KRU Esports, while Version1 will face Crazy Racoons.
Here are all the details of the schedule for the Valorant Champions Tour Masters Reykjavík:
Day one — Monday, May 24
- Two play-in rounds and one upper round match
Day two — Tuesday, May 25
- Three upper round one matches
Day three — Wednesday, May 26
- Two lower round one matches and one upper round (semis) match
Day four — Thursday, May 27
- One upper round two match and two lower round two matches
Day five — Friday, May 28
- Two lower round three matches and one upper final match
Day six — Saturday, May 29
- One lower semi match and two lower final matches
Day seven — Sunday, May 30
Valorant Champions Tour Masters Reykjavík prize pool distribution
Valorant Champions Tour Stage 2 Masters will feature a prize pool of $600,000. Every participating team is guaranteed to receive a piece of the pie by the end of the competition.
The minimum prize is $15,000, while the team which comes first will be receiving $200,000.
Other things to keep in mind for Valorant Champions Tour Masters Reykjavík
To keep competitive integrity intact, many teams and professional players have raised their concerns about having Breeze for the competition.
Hence, Riot will be removing it from the rotation, and the map will not have its international debut just yet.