The Philippine, Indonesia, and Thailand qualifying legs were organized by Mineski Global.
The Top 10 teams advanced to the final stage of the tournament, following the regional open qualifiers that were held in July.
The teams from across Taiwan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore will be joined by an additional six invited teams to battle for the remaining prize pool of US$20,000.
The Group Stage of the VALORANT Pacific Open kicked off on Monday, Aug. 17. The 16 teams have been randomly drawn into four groups, and will duke it out to see who will advance to the next stage.
Groups will battle it out, with only the two top performing teams from each group advancing to the Knockout Stage.
The official live streams of the VALORANT Pacific Open will be available to viewers around the world via Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch.
|Aug. 17 2 PM (GMT + 8)||Group Stage (Bo1)|
|Aug. 18 2 PM (GMT + 8)||Group Stage (Bo1)|
|Aug. 19 2 PM (GMT + 8)||Group Stage (Bo1)|
|Aug. 21 11 AM (GMT + 8)||Round of 8（Bo3）|
|Aug. 22 1 PM (GMT + 8)||Semifinals（Bo3）|
|Aug. 23 1 PM (GMT + 8)||3rd place match|
|Aug. 23 4 PM (GMT + 8)||Final（Bo5）|
For more information, visit the official event page.