The international Valorant competitive circuit is brewing with excitement, at the same time, some of the top regional teams are preparing to secure a franchise slot for the next two seasons.
The various Valorant Challenger League events from across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region are about to conclude and their winners will be competing against each other in the VCT 2023 Ascension Pacific, scheduled to take place from 28th June to 9th July.
This will be a high-stakes encounter for all ten qualifying participants because only one of them will get an opportunity to compete in the upcoming VCT 2024/2025 Pacific League.
All Valorant teams that have qualified for the VCT 2023 Ascension Pacific
It has been a tough fight for these teams, facing stiff competition across two splits in their respective regions during the first six months of 2023 to finally reach the last step of the ladder.
All ten qualifying teams are the best that their region or country has to offer at this point in time and they will be looking forward to competing in the international league from next year onwards.
Here are all ten teams that will be locking horns in this crucial tournament which can make or break their future.
XERXIA | Thailand
Fancy United Esports | Vietnam
Bleed Esports | Malaysia & Singapore
Dplus | Korea
SCARZ | Japan
ONE Team Esports | Hong Kong & Taiwan
NAOS Esport | Philippines
BOOM Esports | Indonesia
TBD | Oceania
TBD | South Asia
The team faced a tough time during VCL 2023 Thailand Split 1 where they finished at the sixth position, but they worked hard and redeemed themselves in the VCL 2023 Thailand Split 2.
XERXIA registered a 4-3 run during the regular season followed by an undefeated run to the grand final in the playoffs.
Fancy United Esports
The undisputed champions of Vietnam, this team won both the VCL 2023 Vietnam Split 1 and VCL 2023 Vietnam Split 2, showing complete domination and rightfully earning their spot for the regional finals.
Fancy United Esports registered a 6-1 run during the regular season followed by an undefeated run to the grand final, which concluded in a close fought best-of-five series.
This team also managed to win both the VCL 2023 MY & SG Split 1 and VCL 2023 MY & SG Split 2, becoming the rightful representative of both the regions.
Bleed Esports registered an undefeated 10-0 run right through the regular season and the playoffs. In the entire season, they lost just one map, otherwise it would have been an impeccable historic run by the side.
Another two-time champion, Dplus secured wins across both the VCL 2023 Korea Split 1 and VCL 2023 Korea Split 2. This region is already considered to be really strong and with an undisputed champion representing it, things might get tough for other teams.
Dplus registered a 6-1 run during the regular season and a clean 3-0 run in the playoffs, dropping just one map that too in the grand final.
This team managed to finish in third place during the VCL 2023 Japan Split 1 and really worked hard to achieve victory in the VCL 2023 Japan Split 2.
SCARZ registered a 6-1 run during the regular season followed by a clean 2-1 run in the playoffs which included a nerve-wracking grand final that went down to the last map.
This team delivered one of the most dominating seasons by any regional winner. They were the champions of VCL 2023 Hong Kong & Taiwan Split 1 and defended their throne by winning VCL 2023 Hong Konf & Taiwan Split 2.
ONE Team went undefeated through the tournament by registering a 7-0 run during the regular season followed by a clean 3-0 run in the playoffs, dropping just two maps in the whole process.
Another two-time champion, NAOS Esports was the winner of both VCL 2023 Philippines Split 1 and VCL 2023 Philippines Split 2, delivering top-class performances across both the tournaments.
NAOS Esports registered a 7-0 run during the regular season followed by a 3-1 run in the playoffs which included a tight best-of-five series in the grand final.
The Indonesian representative was able to win the VCL 2023 Indonesia Split 2 after narrowly missing out on the title the first time around, finishing as the runners-up.
BOOM Esports registered a 5-2 run during the regular season followed by a 3-1 run in the playoffs.
Out of the ten available slots, only two remain empty and will be filled by 10th June. The final regional tournament is slowly taking shape but only one team will be able to ascend to the international stage, so prepare for some top-notch action as everyone delivers their absolute best.