Although VCT Masters Copenhagen was the first VALORANT event in front of a live audience, it wasn’t as successful as some fans might have anticipated. Riot Games’ FPS reached a significant milestone in front of a passionate live audience at Forum Copenhagen, but its online broadcast of the tournament peaked at 786,185 viewers for the championship match between FunPlus Phoenix and Paper Rex, according to Esports Charts. The peak viewership is the lowest ever recorded for an international VALORANT competition. Valorant Masters Copenhagen
The audience figures for the most recent Valorant esports competition were provided by Esports Charts, an analytical firm that gathers all statistics pertaining to esports and streaming. The most recent competition was the VCT Masters, which was held in Copenhagen. This event peaked at 786,000 viewers, with FPX and Paper Rex’s match being the most watched.
— Esports Charts 🇺🇦 (@EsportsCharts) July 24, 2022
According to Dot esports reports, VCT Masters Copenhagen was the second major international competition to not draw a million concurrent viewers. In 2021, VCT Stage Three Masters Berlin also failed to surpass the million-view threshold, although the German competition peaked at 811,370 viewers, according to Esports Charts. VCT Masters Copenhagen
According to Esports Charts, VCT Masters Copenhagen performed in terms of viewership compared to other IMPORTANT international competitions.
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Valorant Patch 5.03 Get Delayed:
On July 12, 2022, the Valorant patch 5.01 first appeared on live servers. Fans can learn all about the patch’s new smurf detection system, agent adjustments, and other new features here. Fans of Valorant were excitedly anticipating the release of Valorant version 5.02, which was due on August 2nd, however, it appears like the new patch won’t be reaching the live servers by the scheduled time. The next Valorant update has been delayed by the devs for a week, according to a recent statement from Riot Games.