Riot Games has announced two exciting tournaments in July for VALORANT in Southeast Asia, Hong Kong and Taiwan. So gamers unite and get excited for what could be the biggest VALORANT event!
So for those of you who do not know what VALORANT is it is a competitive 5v5 character-based tactical shooter for the PC developed by Riot Games. VALORANT is a precise and lethal multiplayer game with high-fidelity gunplay, a diverse arsenal of guns, agents with unique abilities, and competitively tuned maps for thousands of hours of play.
VALORANT is a free-to-play game and optimized to perform on a wide variety of PC hardware, allowing for a global audience to compete. Demonstrated by the game’s best-in-class game server quality, global infrastructure, and proprietary anti-cheat technology, Riot Games is committed to preserving the core tenets of the tactical shooter genre and upholding the competitive integrity of the gameplay experience.
The VALORANT Pacific Open, a Southeast Asia VALORANT Ignition Series Event, Kick Off with a US$20,000 Prize Pool.
Riot Games and Cyber Games Arena, a leading esports event organiser from Hong Kong and Taiwan have joined forces to host the VALORANT pacific Open, a series of regional tournaments starting in early July 2020. There will be 10 teams from Taiwan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Philippones, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. They will battle it out in the VALORANT Pacific Open for a prize pool of US$20,000. Winners from each qualifier will advance to the VALORANT Pacific Finals in mid-August. For more information about the VALORANT Pacific Open, please visit https://www.facebook.com/CGAHK/.
The VALORANT SEA Invitational with a Charity Donation of US$10,000
The tournament will feature six teams of five prominent content creators and personalities each from Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. There is a prize pool of US$10,000, various prizes from official sponsors and not forgetting honour and pride as the best team in the region. Teams will fight it out for a good cause. As Riot Games Southeast Asia will donate US$10,000 to GlobalGiving’s Coronavirus Relief Fund to benefit projects working on the stop and prevention of the pandemic’s spread.
The SEA Invitational will be broadcast live in English, Traditional Chinese, Thai, Bahasa Malaysia and Bahasa Indonesia on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch, and will feature big names including:
- Luthfi Halimawan and Watchout Gaming from Indonesia
- Soloz and MasterRamen from Malaysia
- GlocoGaming and Ashley Gosiengfiao from the Philippines
- Sombrero and Afiz from Singapore
- Xargon and Hehe from Taiwan
- Xcrosz and Badness Gamer from Thailand
For more information on the participants and the full list of channels to watch the matches, please visit the SEA Invitational website.