The Valorant Masters will this time be held in Tokyo, Japan, as Riot Games formally revealed during the ONE Pro Valorant Invitational. The VCT 2023 season will shortly begin. The competition will be planned in June, after which the best teams will reserve their spots for Valorant Champions 2023. After the Valorant LOCK/IN event in Brazil, which will feature partnered teams fighting against one another for the first time, it will be the second international competition of the year. Valorant Masters 2023
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Japanese teams and athletes have advanced in VALORANT’s worldwide contests, from the Master stage 2 of 2021 in Reykjavik to the VCT Champions in Istanbul last September. According to stream charts statistics, the audience has grown, with the largest peak recorded by the official VALORANT streaming channel on Twitch in 2012 only counting 62 thousand viewers compared to the top in 20222 reaching approximately 120 thousand. Overall, Riot stated that during the previous 12 months, the Japanese VALORANT community has expanded by “leaps and bounds.” Valorant Masters 2023
Riot has expressed interest in introducing VALORANT events to a range of countries across all continents in addition to the notable accomplishments made by the country’s VALORANT community. This will equally empower and support the game’s communities all across the world, maintaining interest in the location of the upcoming VCT 2023 stage. The Masters, which takes place in June, is the second significant international competition of the year. There will be competition between the top teams from across the world. To determine the world champion, the top teams from each region will advance to the “Champions” competition.
The popular “LCQ” (Last Chance Qualifier) contest will be held in July. There are a number of strong teams vying for the final spot in the season’s championship tournament, the Champions.