South Asia’s Nodwin Gaming, along with Riot Games, announced the VALORANT Conquerors Championship 2022 (VCC) for South Asian teams to qualify for VALORANT Champions Tour 2022 (VCT). VCC will act as a ladder for South Asian teams to qualify for the Split 1 Asia Pacific (APAC) challenger playoffs, and late compete for a slot in VCT Master 1 2022.
“We’ve seen a huge interest build up among South Asian players for our VCC property since its launch, as it gives all VALORANT players an opportunity to compete and leave their mark at an international level,” said Akshat Rathee, MD and Co-Founder of Nodwin Gaming. “This is the second year we are working with Riot on the VCC and together we aim to elevate the level of the competition this year.”
The VCC gives South Asian players and teams to hit the international circuit and compete on the same stage with Tier 1 international teams. Riot Games had previously noted that South Asia has emerged as the growing hub of VALORANT and gave rise to a health esports scene with several top teams like Velocity Gaming, Global Esports Enigma Gaming, and Team Exploit making their mark in the region.
Interested players and teams can register for VCC 2022 starting January 6th, 2022.
(All information was provided by TalkEsport)
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