Tuesday, May 17, 2022

The first game of the VALORANT Champions attracts over 690,000 spectators

The first game of the most anticipated VALORANT tournament took off according to statistics from. 690,066 spectators SportCharts.

Asia’s best team, Vision Strikers, faced FULL SENSE in their first Group D game today. Vision Strikers defeated their opponents with ease, finishing both cards with a 13-5 result.

This match attracted around 2,000 spectators less than the grand finale of the most recent VALORANT Champions Tour event, Stage 3: Masters Berlin, which also took place in Berlin. The final between Team Envy and Gambit Esports recorded a maximum of 692,486 spectators.

One possible reason for the increase in audience numbers is the drop system for VALORANT Champions. Riot Games announced that viewers can receive a Gun Buddy and Spray when they watch Champions via the official streaming services VALORANT Twitch, YouTube, Afreeca or Trovo.

Viewers must connect their VALORANT accounts through the respective streaming service in order to be eligible for the loot. The VCT Spray will be available from December 1st to 11th, while the VCT Gun Buddy will be an exclusive drop during the grand finale on December 12th. More information about the drop system can be found on the VALORANT Sports website.

Champions is considered to be the biggest and most anticipated VALORANT event of the year. The tournament hosted by Riot Games is similar in scale to the League of Legends World Championship or a major event hosted by Valve in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

VALORANT Champions is the culmination of the best teams from several large and small regions. Teams from Europe, North America, Asia and many more are represented at the last international event of the year.

The tournament continues later today, with Brazilian team Vikings facing Japanese team Crazy Raccoon. In the last game of the day, the European team Fnatic meets the North American team Cloud9 Blue.

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