Riot Partners with Nodwin Gaming to Open Valorant Conquerors Championship

Riot Partners with Nodwin Gaming to Open Valorant Conquerors Championship

Nodwin Gaming, South Asia’s leading esports company, and Riot Games have partnered for the launch of Valorant Conquerors Championship, a qualifying tournament for the South Asian players.

The tournament will serve as a qualifier for the APAC Last Chance Qualifiers as part of the 2021 Valorant Champions Tour. Teams will be playing in multiple sub regional qualifiers for a USD 33,000 prize pool, and registrations will start on Tuesday, 15th of June.

The six qualifiers will be held in the following regions:

  1. India
  2. Pakistan & Afghanistan
  3. Sri Lanka & Maldives
  4. Bangladesh
  5. Nepal & Bhutan
  6. Wildcard

Each qualifier will have a set number of slots filled through registrations, which will be followed by the online qualifying matches. Those teams who qualified will then go through the playoffs to reach the grand finals. The winner will make their way to the APAC Last Chance Qualifier, where they’ll face teams from Southeast Asia, Korea, and Japan. The winner of the Last Chance Qualifier will advance to the Valorant Champions Tour to face off against the best teams in the world.

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