15 June 2021, 2 pm IST, New Delhi: South Asia’s leading esports company NODWIN Gaming and the global leaders in gaming and esports, Riot Games, have joined forces to roll out the VALORANT Conquerors Championship as the qualifying tournament to the APAC Last Chance Qualifiers, which is a part of the 2021 VALORANT Champions Tour. Teams will compete in multiple sub-regional qualifiers, playoffs and grand finals for a prize pool of INR 25 Lacs (33,000 USD). The registrations for VCC have opened today, 15 June.
Registration open on: www.vcc.nodwingaming.com
Refer to the detailed timeline for more info.
Each sub-regional qualifier will have a set number of slots filled in through registrations followed by the online qualifying matches. Wildcard will feature all the runner-up teams from the sub-regional qualifiers, who will play a double-elimination match series to earn a slot in the VCC Playoffs. A total of 8 teams will make their way to the playoffs. The 8 teams will undergo a Group Stage in the Playoffs with the top 2 teams from two groups making their way to the Grand Finals. The playoffs will take place from 19-22 August and the Grand Finals on 28 & 29 August.
Watch all the matches live on NODWIN Gaming YouTube and Twitch channels.
Head on to www.vcc.nodwingaming.com for more details on registration, tournament format and prize pool.
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About NODWIN Gaming
NODWIN Gaming, South Asia’s leading esports company, is an independent subsidiary of mobile gaming company Nazara Technologies. Formed in 2014, the India based company has since produced over 10,000 hours of gaming content, has been watched by over 200 million+ viewers and organized 100+ gaming and esports events. Through its strategic partnerships with global publishers and partners including ESL, Valve, Krafton, Tencent, Riot and Blizzard, NODWIN Gaming has introduced Indians to some of the best global experiences such as DreamHack, ESL One, The India Premiership, The Umzansi League in Africa, PUBG Mobile esports (PMCO/PMPL/PMWL), The Agni and Jazba series, The Unpause influencer network among others. NODWIN also actively works with media broadcasters on offering Media Rights for its national and global properties for broadcast.
NODWIN Gaming builds and operates its own esports IPs and currently operates in South Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
About the VALORANT Champions Tour
After a record-breaking closed beta that saw more than 1.7 million peak concurrent viewers on Twitch, VALORANT quickly established itself as the fastest-growing esport of 2020. To support the competitive scene, Riot Games launched the VALORANT Champions Tour, a year-long, global circuit featuring three levels of competition: Challengers, Masters, and Champions. Teams compete through regional Challengers events, then qualify into international Masters events, with the goal to earn a spot at Champions, a two-week-long tournament where one team is crowned the VALORANT Global Champion. The season-long competition tour will feature competitions in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.