If you’re a fan of North American Counter-Strike, chances are that you’re familiar with ‘Fragadelphia’ – a renowned LAN and online tournament series serving as an incubator for emerging talent in the region.
Recently, Fragadelphia unveiled their latest venture into the Valorant esports scene with an announcement of organizing a LAN tournament. On January 13, Fragadelphia revealed Frag/ment, a Valorant LAN tournament scheduled for March 15 to 17.
However, plans took an unexpected turn as the event faced a setback due to a lack of teams willing to sign up.
On January 30th, the official Fragadelphia X handle confirmed that Frag/ment had been converted to a Counter-Strike 2 tournament due to zero teams signing up for the Valorant event.
The tournament was originally planned to host 32 teams competing in a three-day LAN event at the TAP Esports Center in Philadelphia.
Following the event’s transition to CS2 due to a lack of sign-ups, the core structure of the tournament remains unchanged.
This marks Fragadelphia’s third event in two months, following Fragicago in December and the Fragadelphia x GXL event held earlier this month.
Interested players can check out the tournament’s official website to sign up for the event.