NODWIN Gaming is Southern Asia’s leading esports company, and the world’s leading developer and publishers of Riot Games teamed together to carry out the APAC Last Chance Qualifying Tour for the VALORANT Conquerors Championship Teams compete for a Rs 25 Lacs (33,000 USD) prize pool in the South Asian leg for several Sub-Regional Qualifiers. From 15 June on, registrations will begin.
Instant successes from VALORANT led the path to other grassroots events around the region, leading the VALORANT Champions Tour idea to robust and inclusive competition. With VALORANT Esports South Asia is a rapidly expanding hub, fans want to go on the global e-sports track. The competition aims to provide athletes and teams in the region with the required international presence. NODWIN Gaming will run the Riot Games expertise-supported event.
“A big potential to propel themselves to the stardom is provided for the whole VALORANT ecosystem in South Asia. A Last Chance Qualifier presence is very well merited because of the wealth and publicity it produced in recent years. At the VALORANT Esports, the global road map for VCT 2021, we and our partners at Riot Games worked together to create this ladder connecting South Asia. We look forward to a terrific competition,” remarked Akshat Rathee, NODWIN Gaming MD & Co-Founder.
“At Riot Games in South Asia, we have listened to the rising demand for the region in our road map VCT 2021. This is our first move in opening up the region’s sports. We are deeply pleased with the portfolio of VALORANT sporting events from NODWIN Gaming and its support in the area, as well as their capacity to provide our competitive gamers with a World-Class Valorant event,” stated Sukamal Pegu, Publishing Leader in India & South Asia, Riot Games.
The tournament will Conduct 6 qualifiers:
Pakistan & Afghanistan
Sri Lanka & Maldives
Nepal & Bhutan
Each qualifier will fill several seats through registrations followed by online matches. Qualifying teams will survive the playoffs, and the champion will make his way to the APAC Last Chance Qualifier, where qualifying teams from Southeast Asia, Korea, and Japan will compete. The APAC, Last Chance Qualifier winner, takes part in the VALORANT Champions Tour, the global final in the 2021 championships, with a single team. Detailed data will be published and shared soon concerning the registration dates, competition formats, and schedule.
More about Valorant:
Valorant is a free-to-play hero shooter game for Microsoft Windows Platform, developed and released by Riot Games. In October 2019, the game started under the codename Project A. On April 7, 2020, Riot Games ended the testing phase. The final release was on June 2, 2020. The game was developed in 2014.
Riot Games’ Valorant has been a classy FPS Game after CSGO. With that being said, Developers of Valorant are so actively performing on future projects of the sport. Valorant may be a tactical shooting game involving two teams with five players in each team. Every player can check-in and play remotely from anywhere within the world. Every game has 25 rounds, and therefore the team that wins 13 of the first wins the sport. Players can choose their in-game characters called agents at the beginning of the sport.