VALORANT Challengers South Asia: Teams, Rosters, and more on VCL South Asia Split 1- Finally, the long-awaited VCL South Asia Split 1 has finally revealed by Nodwin Gaming. A total of 10 teams will battle all out to secure a slot in the upcoming Pacific Ascension league as a South Asian representative. Along with the Ascension league slot, the winner will be also granted a massive share of the US$140,000 prize pool. Here is everything you know about Valorant Challangers South Asia.
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We’re really excited to witness South Asia’s Biggest Valorant Battle! 🏆
💰 Prize Pool – ₹ 1.15 Crore+
Action Starts 18th March, 7 PM IST
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Valorant Challangers South Asia Participating Teams:
A total of 10 teams will be divided into two groups A and B. The tournament has been divided into regular season and playoffs. The top 6 teams will get a chance to play in the playoffs. That makes an easy calculation, the top 3 teams from each group’s A and B will comprise the playoffs. The playoffs will use a double-elimination bracket format, where teams will have a second chance after losing. Matches will be played in a best-of-three series.
Where to Watch VALORANT Challengers South Asia?
Valorant Challengers South Asia will feature the best of action-pack intense matches starting from March 18th. Fans will be able to catch live action on Nodwin Gaming Youtube Channel in English and Hindi. This live-action will be also streamed on LOCO app. Along with the official broadcast, there is a high chance of watch parties along with famous content creators.
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