Valorant Champions 2023 - All Qualified Teams, Details, Rosters

It's going to be super hot in LA as Valorant Champions is getting stacked with teams in their prime. Here are the ones that qualified to it.

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Who will get to lift the trophy in the city of angels? | © Riot Games

Valorant Champions is the pinnacle of competitive Valorant and this year's VCT tour will close out in Los Angeles. We're unsure if it's a coincidence or made on purpose, but Valorant's newest agent - Gekko, is also from Los Angeles. That probably means there are going to be tons of Gekko's in the crowd with his signature fluorescent hair color.

VCT Los Angeles

Almost every game has an event similar to Champions. The best teams, players and content creators gather in one place, for a stupid-high prize pool and the biggest show the game has to offer. Last year's arena was completely sold out, and the streams were watched by over 1.5 million unique viewers. Since then, teams have made shuffles, rosters are different and things aren't quite the same competitively as well.

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Teams from all over the globe will have a say in this majestic tournament and there will be a total of 16 of them. After the LOCK//IN, the VCT teams will play in their regional competitions from the Pacific, EMEA, and Americas and battle their way out to qualify for both Masters in Tokyo and Champions in the City of Angels.

Dates & Details About Valorant Champions 2023

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This venue will crown the Champions 2023 winner | © Kia Forum

The championship will take place from the 6th of August until the 26th of the same month.

It will be held in two venues, them being:

  • Kia Forum (where the Clippers will play)
  • Shrine Auditorium (USC Trojans home court)

The organizer is obviously Riot Games, the current sponsor is INZONE. Kia Forum will host the Top 4, whereas all of the other games will be played in the Shrine Auditorium. More precisely, all of the games from 6-20th of August will be hosted in the Shrine, where the total teams will drop from 16 to the top 4. Afterward, the Champions will play their guts out in front of the possibly largest venue in the history of Valorant's competitive scene, the Kia Forum.

Qualified Teams For Valorant Champions 2023

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Last year's champs will defend their title in LA | © Riot Games

Valorant is split into four international leagues. Three of them are regional ones, and they will be represented by a minimum of four teams, while China will have at least three teams to represent them in LA. That brings us to 15 teams that will have a spot at the Shrine. The final slot will go to the winner of the upcoming VCT Masters Tokyo, regardless of its region of origin.

Current Qualified Teams For Valorant Champions 2023 Per Region

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Who will lift the title this year? | © Riot Games

These are the Qualified teams per Region for Champions:


  • Team Liquid
  • FUT Esports
  • Giants


  • Papex Rex
  • DRX
  • T1


  • LOUD
  • NRG
  • Evil Geniuses
  • KRÜ Esports


  • EDward Gaming (China Qualifier)
  • Bilibili Gaming (China Qualifier)
  • Fun Plus Phoenix (China Qualifier)

Masters Tokyo Winner

  • Natus Vincere

Valorant Champions 2023 Team Rosters

Once the teams qualify their rosters are locked and only emergencies can allow roster changes in the form of standins. Currently, about 60% of the slots are filled in, and we are awaiting the Chinese Qualifier, Last Chance Qualifiers, and the Tokyo Masters slot to have the tournament filled in fully.

These are the rosters of the qualified teams for Champions 2023:

Team LiquidJamppi, nAts, Sayf, soulcas, RedgarEMEA/Netherlands
FnaticBoaster, Derke, Alfajer, Leo, ChronicleEMEA/United Kingdom
FUT Esportsqw1, mojj, qRaxs, MrFaliN, ATA KAPTANEMEA/Turkey
GiantsFit1nho, hoody, nukkye, rhyme, CloudEMEA/Spain
Natus VincereANGE1, Shao, Zyppan, SUYGETSU, cNedEMEA/Ukraine
LOUDSaadhak, aspas, Less, cauanzin, tuyzAmericas/Brazil
Evil Geniusesjawgemo, Ethan, Boostio, C0M, Demon1Americas/USA
NRGs0m, FNS, crashies, Victor, ardiisAmericas/USA
KRÜ EsportsKlaus, NagZ, Daveeys, Melser, keznitAmericas/LAS
DRXstax, Rb, BuZz, MaKo, Foxy9Pacific/South Korea
Paper Rexf0rsakeN, d4v41, Jinggg, something, mindfreakPacific/Indonesia
T1ban, Carpe, xeta, Munchkin, SayaplayerPacific/South Korea
ZETA DIVISIONLaz, crow,Dep, SugarZ3ro, TENNNPacific/Japan
EDward GamingHaodong, CHICHOO, nobody, ZmjjKK, SmoggyChina
Bilibili GamingBiank, whzy, rin, KNight, yosemiteChina
FunPlus PhoenixAAAY, BerLIN, Yuicaw, TZH, LysoarChina

That is all you need to know about Champions 2023 for now. To be updated with more Esports stuff, check out our Valorfeed Esports Section where we have tons more waiting for you.

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