Twitch Rivals Valorant Bracket 2021 - Who Reached The Semi-Finals?

Only four teams remaining. Who's going to win it all?

Last night, the Semi-Finals stage of the Twitch Rivals Valorant bracket found all its inhabitants with the last two teams entering the stage through the Quarter-Finals matches. Now, only two steps are left to announce the winner of the Valorant Twitch Rivals tournament in 2021. Let’s see what happened last night.

Group-Stage Results:

If you have followed the first two days of the tournament, then you probably know the results of the group stage and you can skip this part, but if you are new to the tournaments, then stay with us. Starting with Group A, Team Sonii showcased an incredible performance on the group-stage. With three wins, the team stood in first place of its group and directly climbed up to the Semi-Finals stage. Team Ploo, secured the second position with two wins, and Team QuarterJade stood at the third place to be the last team qualifying for the Play-offs from Group A.

On the other hand, in Group B, the competition for the first place was too heavy and close. Three teams, all with two wins and one loss appeared at the end of the group stage, and based on the number of round wins, Team RayC qualified for Semi-Finals, while Team Tiffae and Team Aceu qualified for Quarter-Finals.

Quarter-Finals Results:

While in the first match of the Quarter-Finals Team Ploo succeeded to eliminate Team Aceu from the table in a very close match and headed into the Semi-Finals against Team Sonii, in the second match Team QuarterJade easily beat Team Tiffae with an incredible performance to be the shining star of the Quarter-Finals that will face against Team RayC in the next stage. Here, you can have a look at the whole Twitch Rivals Valorant bracket:

Captured from Liquipedia

Semi-Finals and Grand Finale:

On March 10, two Semi-Finals matches and one Grand Finale match will be held live on Twitch. The winner will take $10,000 home, while the runner-up will receive $7000. The third and fourth teams of the tournament each receive $5000.

Valorant is a free-to-play FPS game available on PC.

Mehrdad Khayyat

Mehrdad is a Senior Staff Writer at DualShockers. He started writing about video games since he was a high-school student. He's probably one of those rare Rainbow Six Siege fans that have the game installed and updated on any available platform.

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