2023 Valorant Champions Tour: Pacific League Week 1

Six Teams Fighting for Double-Elimination Playoffs

The 2023 Valorant Champions Tour Pacific League starts this weekend on March 25, with the regular season, where all ten teams will play in a single round-robin stage—every match as a best-of-three series. Teams will play games on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays, except for the final super week (Friday through Tuesday).

Only six teams will make the double-elimination playoffs, and in the end, only three teams will qualify for VCT Masters Tokyo and Valorant Champions 2023. However, there will also be a last-chance qualifier in July, giving teams one more chance to secure a spot at the Valorant Champions.

Participating Teams and Betting Odds

Listed below are the ten teams competing in the 2023 Valorant Champions Tour Pacific League and their betting odds of topping the group and qualifying for the 2023 Valorant Champions Tour Tokyo Masters.

Team Players Esports Odds
Detonation FocusMe akej, Reita, xnfri, Anthem, Suggest +6600
DRX stax, Rb, Zest, BuZz, MaKo +100
Gen.G Esports Meteor, k1Ng, TS, eKo, Sylvan +1400
Global Esports SkRossi, AYRIN, t3xture, Monyet, Bazzi +3300
Paper Rex mindfreak, f0rsaken, Benkai, d4v41, Jinggg +500
Rex Regum Qeon Emman, EJAY, Tehbotol, fl1pzjder, Lmemore +5000
T1 xeta, Munchkin, ban, Sayaplayer, Carpe +2200
Talon Esports Crws, foxz, sushiboys, garnetS, JitboyS +400
Team Secret JessieVash, DubsteP, BORKUM, Jremy, invy +700
Zeta Division Laz, crow, Dep, SugarZ3ro, TENNN +1000

Pacific League Week 1 Odds

The Pacific League starts this weekend. Finally, the betting odds for each match are in! For fans who want to bet on valorant esports, here are the odds and picks for each of the Pacific League week 1 odds:

Zeta Division (+346) vs DRX (-556)

DRX and Zeta kick off the Valorant Champions Tour Pacific League, and what an opening! DRX is one of the most exciting teams in the Pacific and can make a run at the World Championships should they qualify. Zeta could pull off the upset. They can do so. However, the occasion will get the best of them, and DRX will win.

T1 (-128) vs Global Esports (-105)

T1 vs Global Esports is easily the most even match of the first week. Regardless of who you choose to bet on, you won’t get much of a payout. However, T1 will be missing both SKRossi and LightningFast due to visa issues, so they might be the team to avoid in week 1.

Paper Rex (-769) vs Detonation FocusMe (+433)

This is as one-sided as you can get. Paper Rex vs Detonation FM is a match to avoid if possible. However, if you’re a risk taker, then DFM at +433 would give a massive payout if they end up with the upset.

Team Secret (+119) vs Talon Esports (-164)

On paper, both Team Secret and Talon Esports are reasonably even. That includes the outrights to top the group at the end. However, team Secret can pull the upset and should be a team to watch through the entire tournament. We would go with Secret at +119 for the upset.

Rex Regum Qeon (+348) vs Gen.G (-588)

Gen.G is one of the favorites to top the group in the Valorant Champions Tour Pacific League. They should steamroll Rex Regum. You can never count a team out before the matchday, but this time we will. Sorry, Rex Regum fans.

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