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The Red Bull Campus Clutch World Finals for VALORANT are happening throughout the weekend. The top 12 teams are duking it out between July 17 and 18 in Madrid.

Where to watch and what’s at stake

Designed for students, the Red Bull Campus Clutch tournament offers them the opportunity to showcase their VALORANT skills on regional, national and global levels. Student VALORANT players from over 50 countries signed up for the event. Over the course of several months, the best 12 teams made it to Madrid.

Winners of this weekend’s Campus Clutch World Finals will receive 20,000 euros, about 23,611 and get to experience the VALORANT Masters event. Fans and supporters catch the action over on Red Bull’s official Twitch channel.

How to watch the VALORANT Red Bull Campus Clutch World Finals
Phoenix and Jett from VALORANT. | Provided by Riot Games

The following VALORANT teams are playing in the Red Bull Campus Clutch World Finals:

  • Platoon (Belarus)
  • PXL ESports (Belgium)
  • BTR (Canada)
  • Anubis (Egypt)
  • Mama’s Boys (New Zealand)
  • MAXD (Pakistan)
  • Cataclysm (Peru)
  • Project S (Portugal)
  • VAC Kimchi (South Korea)
  • SPAIN.DLL (Spain)
  • Bedel Ödeyenler (Turkey)
  • Bay Area Vandals (USA)

Next-level collegiate esports

“No other collegiate tournament is on the same level when it comes to the experience that Campus Clutch is providing,” Damian “Damo” Reiter from team BTR said.

“Most collegiate events feel like a watered down version of tier-1 events, which is fair due to less funding, however, I have really felt like I am experiencing what it feels like to be a professional player with this tournament,” he said.

Damo added that the Red Bull Campus Clutch tournament stands out to collegiate players because the experience involves travelling internationally, conducting interviews, attending photoshoots and more.

How to watch the VALORANT Red Bull Campus Clutch World Finals
Omen from VALORANT. | Provided by Riot Games

The VALORANT Campus Clutch Finals continue 

The event continues at 8 a.m. EST with Project 5 against VAC Kimchi and BTR versus Anubis Gaming after. The finals are tentatively set for 11 p.m.

Amy Chen is an esports journalist and enthusiast who specializes in in-depth interviews and breaking news. A University of Toronto and Humber College graduate, she is passionate about building up the Canadian esports industry. Her current favorite games are Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm, and she has always had a soft spot for World of Warcraft!
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