VCT Stage 3 EMEA qualifiers: when and where to watch
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The VALORANT Champions Tour Stage 3 is taking off for the EMEA region soon, but the qualifiers, which begin on June 28, will not be on the main channel. Here’s where and when to watch the Stage 3 qualifiers and main events.

VCT Stage 3 Qualifiers on casters’ channels

The first rounds of the VCT Stage 3 EMEA qualifiers consist of over 500 teams. Therefore, they will not be hosted on the main channel. Instead, caster duos will host these matches themselves, while the players are also allowed to stream their perspective. So, if you want to closely follow your favorite player or team, it’s a good idea to see if they’ll stream their own journey to the first main event of Stage 3.

Check out the list of English-speaking caster duos who will be hosting the qualifiers on June 28 through July 2.

June 28

RyanCentral & Kaquka
Pansy & Hypoc
John Allen & Geo
Lothar & Twiggy
Mitchman & Tombizz

June 29

Pansy & Hypoc
Lothar & Twiggy
JessGOAT & MiloshTheMedic
Mitchman & Tombizz

June 30

RyanCentral & Kaquka
Pansy & Hypoc
Lothar & Twiggy
Mitchman & Tombizz

July 1

RyanCentral & Kaquka
Pansy & Hypoc
Lothar & Twiggy

July 2

While both Turkey and CIS are planned as main stream broadcasts on their respective official language Twitch channels, the channels for the final day of the EU qualifiers are yet to be announced. However, if it were to follow the same trend, it stands to reason that the English broadcast of EU will be held on the official Valorant Twitch channel or the VALORANT Esports EU channel. A B-stream is also planned for EU. The final day of the qualifiers will start at 10 a.m. EDT / 16:00 CEST.

For the VCT Stage 3 EMEA main events, look no further than the official Twitch channel for each respective language. From July 6 through 11, the EMEA region will battle for a place in the playoffs. Broadcast days begin at 10 a.m. EDT, except for July 6 and 7, when they will start at 7 a.m. EDT.

The playoffs will run from August 12 through 22, which sees four teams qualify for VCT Masters 3: Berlin. Before we get there though, there are still qualifiers and main event 2 to get through, which run from July 20 through August 1.

The broadcast talent

The broadcast talent was also revealed. In addition to the aforementioned caster partnerships, Upcomer’s own Yinsu Collins is back for VCT Stage 3 EMEA as a host and will be joined by Vincent “Zescht” Talmon-Gros, Iain Chambers and Harry Russel.

The road to VCT Stage 3 Masters: Berlin begins in just a few short days.

Michael Kloos is a Dutch esports journalist and enthusiast with a particular like of Rocket League and VALORANT. He is also an avid fantasy/sci-fi reader and writer. He spends most of his time trying not to be in the real world.
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