The leading esports company in South Asia, Nodwin Gaming has announced a new tournament, along with Riot Games for teams from South Asia – Valorant Conquerors Championship. Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022 (VCC) will be the first step for qualification for Split 1 Asia Pacific (APAC) challenger playoffs.
Nodwin Gaming has been a stalwart in esports for years in South Asia, being associated with huge names like ESL, DreamHack, and PUBG Mobile, and has hosted more than 120 esports events in the past.
How to register for VCC 2022?
Registrations for VCC 2022 will start 19 days from now on Nodwin Gaming’s official website. 6th January is the planned date for registrations.
The teams that are interested can enter their details and register themselves for VCC 2022, and have a shot at qualifying for Valorant Split 1 Asia Pacific Challenger Playoffs in the 2022 season. More details about the eligibility criteria and requirements are awaited.
You can enroll for VCC with teams here.
VCC will give South Asian teams a chance to show their skill at the global level. They will not be limited to the Asia Pacific region alone and will have a chance to compete with the best of the best from Europe and North America. Riot is also aware of the wealth of talent in the region and has taken note of this, and with the rise of teams like Global esports, Velocity Gaming, and Team Exploit the region is very competitive and very talented one.
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