Update: All 30 Franchised Valorant Teams Revelaed Officially By Riot Games, Read Here:
Previously, we had seen Riot Games revealing the roadmap for next year’s Valorant Champions Tour. In case you haven’t had the time to check it out yet, VCT 2023 will feature three regional leagues that only a select few ‘partnered teams’ will be able to compete in, with the first International Split starting in March 2023.
All Valorant Teams Partnered With Riot
Riot will be partnering with 10 teams from each region, which means that there will be a total of 30 teams officially partnered throughout the globe.
Currently, there hasn’t been any confirmation on the list of teams that have managed to secure partnerships with the company. The official list of teams is still TBD, but recent reports that have surfaced on the internet suggest the names of several teams that have secured partnerships with Riot.
List of Valorant Partnered Teams
According to BLIX.GG, the following teams have been confirmed to have secured partnerships with Riot Games so far:
- Karmine Corp
- Team Liquid
- BBL Esports
We’ll be updating this article to include all the partnered Valorant teams once they’re revealed by Riot.
Teams that failed to secure partnerships with Riot Games can still participate in the upcoming Valorant Challengers Circuit 2023 to stand a chance to participate in the VCT 2024 season.
What Is Valorant Franchising?
To know more about Valorant franchising and the number of teams that initially applied for partnership, fans can check out this article.