Meet the 16 teams playing at the VALORANT world championship
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After a year of competition across the globe and two international Masters events in Reykjavik, Iceland and Berlin, Germany, the field for the inaugural VALORANT world championship is set.

VALORANT Champions will take place back in Berlin, starting on Dec. 1, with the grand final two weeks later on Dec. 12.

Meet the 16 teams vying to write their names in the record books as the first-ever VALORANT world champions this winter.

Team Envy are looking to do one place better in a return trip to Berlin after falling in the final to Gambit Esports at the most-recent Masters tournament. | Provided by Riot Games

North America

Sentinels (No. 1 seed)

Team Envy (No. 2 seed)

Cloud9 Blue (No. 3 seed)

Gambit win masters berlin
The world’s best anchor, Ayaz “nAts” Akhmetshin, is ready to build upon his MVP performance at Masters Berlin and become a world champion in December. | Provided by Riot Games

Europe

Gambit Esports (No. 1 seed)

Acend (No. 2 seed)

Fnatic (No. 3 seed)

Team Liquid (No. 4 seed)

After turning (and sniping) heads at Masters Berlin, Olavo “heat” Marcelo will hope to bring Vivo Keyd into the playoffs stage at Champions.| Provided by Vivo Keyd

Brazil

Team Vikings (No. 1 seed)

Vivo Keyd (No. 2 seed)

FURIA Esports (No. 3 seed)

Patiphan Valorant
Patiphan Chaiwon has returned to X10 Esports in time for Champions to electrify the international audience again with his stylish gameplay. | Provided by Riot Games

Southeast Asia

X10 Esports (No. 1 seed)

Team Secret (No. 2 seed)

FULL SENSE (No. 3 seed)

Vision Strikers are the lone hope from South Korea VALORANT at Champions. | Provided by Riot Games

South Korea

Vision Strikers

KRU Esports made a magical run to the knockout stage at Masters Berlin. Now, at Champions, the Latin America champions want to be a dark horse for the world title. | Provided by Riot Games

Latin America

KRU Esports

crazy raccoon
Crazy Raccoon want to build upon an impressive finish at Masters Berlin and shock the world at Champions. | Provided by Riot Games

Japan

Crazy Raccoon

Tyler Erzberger is entering a decade of covering esports. When not traveling around the world telling stories about people shouting over video games, he’s probably arguing with an anime avatar on Twitter about North American esports.
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