DRX Remains Perfect in the VCT: Pacific League

The VCT: Pacific League is preparing for Week 5 and we got you covered with all the action from last week with a look ahead to this week’s epic showdown of the two top teams.

Four weeks are in the books for the Valorant Champions Tour: Pacific League, and DRX has yet to drop a single map. The Korean powerhouse has looked all season, but they’ll face their toughest competition yet this week. Meanwhile, DetonatioN FocusMe and Talon Esports both are still looking for their first match win. You won’t want to miss any of the action which you can find on Twitch and YouTube. 

Current Valorant Champions Tour: Pacific League Standings

DRX is continuing an unprecedented reign of terror upon the Valorant Champions Tour: Pacific League refusing to give up a single map currently sitting with an 8-0 individual map record to go with their perfect 4-0 match record. Their absolute stomp of Paper Rex last week further cemented that this team is for real, and they’ll look to continue to show that same dominance against Gen.G Esports. 

Gen.G Esports are preparing themselves for a very important match against the only other undefeated team in the league DRX. Though DRX is getting a ton of attention for their map win streak, fans should note that Gen.G currently sits with an 8-1 map record, just a single loss behind DRX’s run. Coming in as significant underdogs, you can expect this overlooked team to show why they’re undefeated as well.

ZETA DIVISION started to separate itself from the pack claiming 3rd place as the only team with a 3-1 record. Their only loss so far this year was an opening-day loss to DRX. Since then, they’ve been on a winning streak taking down Rex Regum Qeon, Global Esports, and DetonatioN FocusMe. The Japanese squad will face another formidable opponent in Team Secret this week in what should be a fun match.

Paper Rex has had their ups and down already in this short season. With wins over DetonatioN FocusMe and T1 and losses to Team Secret and DRX, this fan-favorite squad is looking like a middle-of-the-pack team so far. Securing a dominant win over Global Esports would reinstate confidence in fans. 

T1 is struggling hard this season. Their only wins this year are against teams in the bottom three of the standings. To makes things even worse, in their losses to Paper Rex and Gen.G Esports, they looked like a bottom team in the league. In neither of those matches were they able to find any momentum or even look competitive. Their success in League of Legends as an organization is not translating to Valorant so far. 


  1. DRX (4-0)
  2. Gen.G Esports (4-0)
  3. ZETA DIVISION (3-1)
  4. Paper Rex (2-2)
  5. Rex Regum Qeon (2-2)
  6. T1 (2-2)
  7. Team Secret (2-2)
  8. Global Esports (1-3)
  9. DetonatioN FocusMe (0-4)
  10. Talon Esports (0-4)

Valorant Champions Tour: Pacific League Week 5 Schedule

The match of the week is Gen.G Esports vs DRX on Saturday. How could this not be the match of the week? We are going to see the two best teams in the Valorant Champions Tour: Pacific League currently face off against eachother to see who will be the last remaining undefeated team in the league!

All times listed are in Eastern Time. 

Saturday, April 22nd

Paper Rex (-310) vs Global Esports (+225) – 4 AM

Gen.G Esports (+180) vs DRX (-240) – 7 AM

Sunday, April 23rd

T1 (-115) vs Rex Regum Qeon (-114) – 4 AM

Team Secret (-525) vs DetonatioN FocusMe (+340) – 7 AM

Monday, April 24th

ZETA DIVISION vs Talon Esports – 6 AM