VALORANT Champions Tour: World Championship 2021 might be taking place in Los Angeles. The stage is all set for Valorant Championship 2021. However, the confusion about the venue is still in place, to date, there is no official announcement about the venue for the LAN event teased, but the organizers have repeatedly mentioned that the United States is one of the options that may be validated.
But, in the most recently released video, the venue was allegedly hinted for the VALORANT Championship on a poster. Furthermore, the Upcoming portal has also confirmed this information, referring to their sources.
“This level of backseat gaming is okay. There’s a fine line between being a distraction versus actually being helpful and benefitting your teammate with useful information…. It can be a little much sometimes.” @omgitspotter | #CoachMeVCT pic.twitter.com/pafLQ5JJLZ
— VALORANT Champions Tour NA (@valesports_na) June 22, 2021
The exact location has yet to be determined for the compilation of local rules and restrictions due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Los Angeles is one of the major cities around the world slowly returning to normal, and sporting events are only now reviving again.
Los Angeles is no stranger to Riot games as the main office is located in western Los Angeles, California. While the LCS arena sits across the street from its head office, Riot Games also have used LA for their many other competitions, particularly the crown jewel, League of Legends.
If the rumors arousing are true, then this will be the third LAN of Valorant and while first ever on American soil. The other two include Stage 2 Masters in Reykjavík, Iceland, and Stage 3 Masters in Berlin, Germany. Currently programmed in September this year at the Verti Music Hall. Riot Games have not yet confirmed if fans would be allowed or not in the Masters 3.
About Valorant Champions Trophy and Valorant
VALORANT is yet another successful presentation from Riot Games which instantly became a success all around the world it is free to play the 5v5 First-Person-Shooter game presented in October 2019 for Windows OS under the code name “Project A” later changed to its current fps title.
VALORANT Champions Tour is the first title presented by Riot Games as Masters where thousands of teams try to compete but only 10 teams fought for the title where Sentinels stood as champions in Stage 2 in Iceland.