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South Asia’s leading esports company, Nodwin Gaming, teamed up with Riot Games to announce the 2022 Valorant Conquerors Championship for South Asian teams to qualify for the 2022 Valorant Champions Tour.
VCC 2022 will serve as the lead for South Asian teams to qualify for the Challenger Playoffs of Split 1 Asia Pacific (APAC) and later compete for a spot in VCT Master 1 2022.
The VCC offers South Asian players and teams the opportunity to play on the international circuit and compete on the same stage with international tier 1 teams. Riot Games had previously determined that South Asia has become the growing center of VALORANT, spawning a healthy esports scene with several top teams such as Velocity Gaming, Global Esports Enigma Gaming and Team Exploit who have made a name for themselves in the region .
Akshat Rathee, MD & Co-Founder of NODWIN Gaming said:
“Since its inception, we’ve seen tremendous interest among South Asian players in our VCC property, as it gives all Valorant players the opportunity to compete on an international level and leave their mark. This is the second year we have been working with Riot at the VCC, and together we want to raise the level of competition this year. “
Riot Games Publishing Leader, India and South Asia, Sukamal Pegu commented:
“We at Riot Games are very excited to be connected with NODWIN Gaming for VCC 2022, when participants from South Asia will be part of this global circle. This is a great platform for Indian and South Asian esports talent to face global competition. “
Interested players and teams can register for VCC 2022 from January 6, 2022.
How do I register for VCC 2022?
Just visit the official page and fill in your details after registrations go live (Jan 6, 2022).
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