The Skyesports Champion Series concluded with Global Esports winning the trophy and beating Enigma Gaming to be the first seed from South Asia at Stage 2 Valorant Challengers tour: APAC Challengers. The event had a lot of exciting valorant and incredible energy.
The Playoffs for SCS were conducted on LAN in Chennai, allowing entry to Superfans. The event spans 6 days, from 31st May to 5th June. Along with offline access, The official Skyesports channel also streamed the games in English, Hindi, and other regional languages.
Hosted by Skyesports for the contention of the two slots in Stage 2 VCT APAC Challengers, SCS set a new benchmark for esport event organizations starting with traditionally welcoming the players.
The tournament was a double-elimination bracket with six teams qualifying from the group stage. Along with the official matches, Streamers were invited for Streamer Showdown, giving them an experience of a professional Valorant game.
The first day of the event amassed a total view count of 430k on Youtube. The second day started with the Streamer Showdown, with 139k views. The official matches of Global Esports vs. Enigma Gaming and Velocity Gaming vs. Orangutan gathered 451k views.
The third day started with streamer showdown day 2 with 144k views, and the Lower bracket round 1 amassed a total of 447k views. The fourth day gained the maximum viewership as it included Val-Classico, with a count of 1.124M views on Youtube. The day gave us the first South Asian representative.
On the second last day, the Lower Bracket finals saw a dip in viewership with 197k views and 187k streamer showdown. Though the viewer count recovered with the final day reaching 546k views. These numbers are unheard of in the South Asia Valorant community, with the whole event culminating in 3.67 Million views on YouTube.
Massive shoutout to Skyesports for organizing such a great event and organizing it with such beauty, especially to Shiva Nandy and Gnanashekar, The CEO and CMO of Skyesports, for being the most amazing hosts and making not just the players but the staff feel appreciated and welcomed.