With the VCT Pacific League kicking off soon, VALO2ASIA presents a comprehensive viewer’s guide containing everything about Asia’s inaugural international league.
SOUTH KOREA – The wait is nearly over. We are just hours away from the start of VCT Pacific, the first international league of the 2023 season. Eight teams have traveled to Seoul, where eight weeks of best-of-three, single-round robin play starting March 25 will be followed by a double-elimination playoff bracket and will conclude with a best-of-five grand final on May 28.
In preparation for this exciting event, we have created a comprehensive viewer’s guide to serving as your go-to resource for our extensive coverage. With large-scale tournaments like VCT Pacific generating a high volume of posts on the main page, it can be challenging to keep track of all relevant information. The viewer’s guide is designed to be a go-to resource for all aspects of our in-depth coverage, allowing you to stay informed.
The first day of the event is packed with action as two best-of-three matches will take place, which will see local squad DRX face ZETA DIVISION on the one hand and T1 going up against Global Esports on the other.
Matches are scheduled to take place every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday at 5 PM SGT (UTC+8) starting from March 25. Following this, a super week will be comprised of five consecutive matches.
Read more: VCT Pacific full schedule released
Every team roster announced
VALO2ASIA has put together a comprehensive list of the latest roster of all the ten teams. Keep the page bookmarked to remain up to date!
Format and Prize Pool
VCT Pacific is set to take place at the Sangam Colosseum in Seoul, South Korea, where ten of Asia’s best teams will fight it out from March 25 to May 28 for their share of the US$250,000 prize pool and qualification into Masters Tokyo and Champions.
Read more: VCT Pacific format and prize pool announced
Ticket Sale Information
The upcoming VCT Pacific League is set to take place next week, with tickets for the league play have been available for purchase since Saturday, March 18. Prices for a day pass range from approximately US$6 to US$7.
The inaugural Pacific league will be broadcasted by a crew of seven talented individuals, who will be taking the viewers on a thrilling journey through the league live from Seoul.
Read more: VCT Pacific talent lineup revealed
VCT Pacific Anthem
The anthem, titled “Make Waves”, is a collaboration between the renowned South Korean girl group (G)I-DLE’s member Minnie and DJ Don Diablo.
A take on VCT Pacific hub city: Seoul, South Korea
A city that never sleeps and the Mecca of esports – discover more about one of Asia’s most trendsetting capitals, Seoul, which will become the hub city for the Pacific League.
Primary and Secondary Streams
All Pacific League games will be broadcast live on major platforms such as YouTube and Twitch. For the English broadcast, the official VCT Pacific channel will be streaming the matches live. The event will also be accessible through secondary streams, which will offer multiple language broadcasts.
Read more: Where and How to Watch VCT Pacific
Pacific Team Profile
- Paper Rex
- Team Secret
- ZETA DIVISION
- Global Esports
- Talon Esports
- Rex Regum Qeon
- DetonatioN FocusMe
Cover photo courtesy of VALORANT Esports