With Vivo Keyd’s exit of Masters Berlin, the list of teams for the South America (SA) Last Chance Qualifiers is finalized.
Vivo Keyd’s victory over Zeta Division secured a minimum of 225 circuit points and propelled the team to Brazil’s second seat for Valorant Champions. They join Team Vikings as their country’s representatives. On the other hand, KRU Esports had already secured the sole LATAM ticket back to Berlin upon qualifying for Masters. These results have finalized the list of teams participating in South America Last Chance Chance Qualifiers.
Brazilian teams at SA Last Chance Qualifiers
The four teams from Brazil that will participate in the SA LCQ and their achievements are as follows:
If you watched Masters Berlin, then Havan Liberty is fresh in your mind. They’re the second of Brazil’s two representatives to Masters. Havan is also the Stage 3 Challengers 3 Winner and Challengers Playoffs Runner-up.
Sharks Esports was one of Brazil’s representatives to Masters Reykjavik. They were a dominant team earlier in the VCT season but dropped off in the latter phase of Stage 3. Sharks Esports is Brazil’s Stage 2 Challengers Finals Runner-up and Stage 3 Challengers 2 Winners.
CS: GO fans will be familiar with Furia Esports. Indeed, the organization’s FPS prowess has spilled over to Valorant. Furia is Brazil’s Stage 1 Masters 3rd-4th finisher, Stage 2 Challengers Finals, and Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs 3rd place finisher.
Gamelanders is an active esports organization for Brazillian Valorant. Their Gamelanders Purple (female) squad has yet to be defeated at VCT Gamechangers. Gamelanders Blue, on the other hand, is Brazil’s Stage 1 Masters runners-up, Stage 2 Challengers Finals 5th-6th place finisher, Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs 7th-8th finisher.
LATAM teams at SA LCQ
The four teams from LATAM that will participate in the SA LCQ and their achievements are as follows:
Six Karma has been hot on the heels of KRU Esports for quite a while. They are LATAM North’s Masters 1 Winner, Stage 2 Challengers Finals 3rd-4th place finisher, and finally Stage 3 LATAM Playoffs 3rd place finisher. They also finished second in the LATAM circuit standings, so much is expected of them.
Similarly, Australs are LATAM South’s driving force. The team is the LATAM South Masters 1 Winner and Stage 3 LATAM Playoffs 2nd place finisher. They took down KRU Esports in the upper bracket but were swept 0-3 in the Grand Final, sending KRU to Masters Berlin.
Better known for their LoL team, LATAM North’s Infinity will have to dig deep if they want to secure the final South American seat to Champions. Infinity is LATAM North’s Masters 1 3rd-4th place finisher, LATAM Stage 2 Challengers Finals 2nd. Infinity struggled in Stage 3 and came in last place at the LATAM Playoffs 4th
Lazer started the year off strong. They were LATAM North’s Stage 1 Masters Runner-up. Unfortunately, the team wasn’t able to sustain its form and ended up Stage 2 Challengers Finals in 5th-6th and finally, LATAM North Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs in 3rd.
Like most of the Valorant LCQs across the globe, the South America Last Chance Qualifier will take place on October 11-17th.