Who will compete in the tournament?
For EMEA, the LCQ offers eight spots in total. One of these goes to the winner of Strike Arabia as a participant from the MENA region. The other seven spots will be distributed among the best EMEA teams that collected most Circuit Points during the first three Stages. The winner of the EMEA region will join VCT Champions as a third seed.
What is the format of the Last Chance Qualifier?
The event will follow the same format as the Challengers Main Events with eight teams competing in a double-elimination format.
When and where will the event take place?
Since Masters 3 in Berlin are still to happen and end on 19 September, the Last Chance Qualifier will take place from 10-17 October.
Just like the EMEA Challengers Playoffs, LCQ will be an online event. You will still be able to see your favourite players on a LAN event during VCT Champions in December.
Where can I watch the games?
We will share more information about talent and streamers who will lead you through the games later. Stay tuned for more info on the Last Chance Qualifier after Masters 3!
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