After a successful tournament in 2021, which saw Global Esports represent South Asia and participate in the Valorant Champions Tour 2021 APAC Last Chance Qualifier, the Valorant Conquerors Championship is back for the 2022 season.

The 2021 Valorant Champions Tour brought together teams from around the world through seven Circuit Point regions to present high-level competitive action and crown the very first Valorant champion, Acend.

While South Asia did not have a Circuit Point region for VCT 2021, the region, as well as the Middle East and Oceania, were given the opportunity to qualify for the last-ditch qualifying. of VCT.

Present the # Conquerors, @globalesportsin Congratulations to @globalesportsin for winning @ nodwingaming’s #VCC who get the glorious trophy and $ 16,500 in cash prizes💥They will now represent South Asia in VCT’s LCQGGWP APAC @officialvlt they win $ 8,000 for 2nd place

After much speculation, Riot Games is bringing back the Valorant Conquerors Championship for the 2022 season.

Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022 winner to advance to VCT APAC Challengers qualifiers

The 2021 Valorant Conquerors Championship brought together teams from eight South Asian countries: India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Bangladesh. Global Esports crowned the winner.

The team went on to face some of the best teams from Southeast Asia, Korea and Japan in the LCQ.

The Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022 will begin its registration date on January 6, 2022. Sukamal Pegu, India and South Asia Publishing Manager, Riot Games, said of the Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022:

“At Riot Games, we are delighted to be partnering with NODWIN Gaming for VCC 2022, which will see participants from South Asia make it onto this global circuit. This is a great platform for Indian and South Asian esports talent to take on global competition. “

The winner of the 2022 Valorant Conquerors Championship will make the 2022 APAC Challengers Valorant Champions Tour qualifiers, with a chance to make it to the VCT Masters 1 in April 2022.

Nodwin Gaming CEO and Co-Founder Akshat Rathee said of the 2022 Valorant Conquerors Championship:

“We have seen tremendous interest developing among South Asian players in our VCC property since its launch, as it gives all Valorant players the opportunity to compete and make their mark internationally. second year we’ve been working Riot on the VCC, and together we aim to raise the level of competition this year. “

The 2022 Valorant Conquerors Championship has yet to announce its official dates, but one thing is certain, the South Asia region will see some top-level competitive Valorants.

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