Thursday, May 26, 2022

Valorant Champions broadcast roster has been announced as teams prepare to battle for the 2021 world championship title

The Valorant Champions Tour (VCT), Valorant’s one-year eSports circuit, will culminate this week at the Valorant Champions Final in Berlin.

And a few days ago the broadcast line-up was confirmed. It includes seven British and Irish personalities including host Yinsu Collins as well as casters / analysts Mitchman, Pansy, Hypoc, Tombizz, RyanCentral and DDK.

Other household names include Host Dash, Observer sapphiRe, Caster JessGoat, and more, as revealed in this announcement tweet on the official VCT Twitter page:

Valorant Champions starts this Thursday, December 1st, 2021 in Berlin with 16 of the world’s best teams. It is said to have a total prize pool of $ 1 million.

From Europe we have Acend, Fnatic and Liquid, the latter two of which have British talents on their squads (players Boaster, Mistic and Trainer Mini at Fnatic and players soulcas, L1NK and trainer Sliggy at Liquid). Gambit comes from the CIS region and qualified at Valorant Masters.

Elsewhere there are Sentinels, Team Envy, KRÜ Esports, Team Vikings, Keyd Stars, Vision Strikers, Crazy Raccoon, Team Secret, X10 Crit, Cloud9, Furia and Full Sense.

Team Liquid qualified for Valorant Champions after defeating UK organization Guild in the EMEA Last Chance Qualifier Final. Brothers Scream and Nivera say that a dream comes true. And Fnatic qualified for Valorant Champions after Gambit won, based on the number of EMEA Circuit Points already accumulated.

Personalities and publications begin to share their predictions for the tournament, including British Valorant journalist George Geddes:

The Valorant Champions Tour 2021 was first announced at this time last year. It’s Valorant Esports’ first full year since the game launched last year.

Riot has yet to announce the schedule or format for Valorant’s esports tournaments in 2022.

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