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VCC 2022 Phase 1 to Start from 22nd January, See Total Prize pool, Format and Slots Distribution

VCC 2022 Phase 1 to Start from 22nd January, See Total Prize pool, Format & Slots Distribution
VCC 2022 Phase 1 to Start from 22nd January, See Total Prize pool, Format & Slots Distribution

Nodwin Gaming, South Asia’s top Esports firm, has announced the Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022 for South Asian teams to qualify for the Valorant Champions Tour 2022. South Asian teams will use VCC 2022 as a stepping stone to the Split 1 Asia Pacific (APAC) challenger playoffs, where they will vie for a spot in VCT Master 1 2022. Now a recent report from Gamzo suggests that VCC 2022 to start from 22nd January.

VCC 2022 Registration to start from 7th January

NODWIN Gaming, Riot Games announce VALORANT Conquerors Championship (VCC) 2022

Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022

The official reveal of VCC 2022 Phase 1 is set for January 6th. Gamzo’s sources, on the other hand, have obtained all of the tournament’s specifics, with registration due to begin on January 7th. Currently ‘’ is in a state of welcome and will disclose by 6th Jan.

VCC 2022 Format and Slots Distribution

There is Nothing change in the format of VCC 2022 as compared to last year. India will again get 2 slots,  one each for Pakistan & Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal & Bhutan, Sri Lanka & Maldives, and one wildcard qualifier.

Tournament Schedule and Timeline

India Region will get the first opportunity to qualify for the Grand Finals Playoff of Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022 Phase 1, followed by Pak and Afg. Wildcard for all regions is set to start from 10th Feb.

Region Qualifier Schedule
India 1 22 Jan to 30 Jan
Pakistan & Afghanistan 26 Jan to 1 Feb
Bangladesh 28 Jan to 2 Feb
Sri Lanka & Maldives 30 Jan to 3 Feb
India 2 29 Jan to 6 Feb
Nepal & Bhutan 3 Feb to 8 Feb
Wildcard 10 Feb to 13 Feb

The top two teams from Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022 will be seeded into the APAC Challengers Main Event, and their run will likely begin in the second week of March. The APAC Challengers schedule has yet to be released.

VCC 2022 Phase 1 Prizepool

This year VCC 2022 Phase 1 Prizepool has slightly more to offer compared to last. The tournament has a total prize fund of $30,000 (about INR 22.3 lakhs), with the winner receiving the massive share of $15,000 (roughly INR 11.15 lakhs), the runners-up $7,500, and the third and fourth places $3,000 each. In addition, the tournament MVP will get $1,500.

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