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Riot Games announces VALORANT Stage 3 Masters LAN in Berlin

Riot Games announces VALORANT Stage 3 Masters LAN in Berlin
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The third Masters tournament of the year will take place in the Verti Music Hall in Berlin, hosting sixteen teams from all around the world.

Riot Games announces VALORANT Stage 3 Masters LAN in Berlin

Riot Games has revealed its plans for the next VALORANT Masters tournament: the competition heads to Berlin, Germany. During a livestreamed event hosted for international media the company shared its plans for all its esports titles, including the path ahead for its competitive shooter.

Taking place from September 9th until the 19th in the Verti Music Hall, VALORANT Stage 3 masters will be the second international LAN tournament for the young esport. It's the second time Riot Games visits the venue, after the 2019 League of Legends World Championship hosted its Group Stage at the same location. The tournament will mark the final opportunity for teams to acquire points counting towards qualification for VALORANT's world championship event: VALORANT Masters.

The VALORANT Masters Reykjavik trophy was revealed during the media event as well. - Valorant
The VALORANT Masters Reykjavik trophy was revealed during the media event as well.

The qualification period for VALORANT Masters Berlin starts on June 7 and follows a set-up similar to that of Masters Reykjavik, the second Masters event which will commence on May 24th. Unlike Masters Reykjavik however, which is host to ten teams, Masters Berlin will expand to have sixteen teams on-site.

In response to a question asking if there would be a live audience for Masters Berlin, Riot Games responded with reservation. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Riot will follow the advice of the Berlin government at the time, closely monitoring what the options are in terms of allowing fans into the venue.

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Image courtesy of Riot Games.

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