VCT 2023: Riot Unveils the information about VALORANT Champions Tour 2023 along with VCT 2023 Kickoff tournament- The new structure for the forthcoming season has been unveiled by the developer and comprises two splits, much to League of Legends, as well as a Masters event and Champions competition, As Riot Games divides the esports into three 10-team international leagues in 2023, the Valorant Champions Tour will undergo a significant makeover.
VCT 2023 will be hosted in Berlin, Seoul, and Los Angeles
Weekly LAN competitions in the Americas, the Pacific, and EMEA will start off the year’s first competitive split. Three cities, Berlin, Seoul, and Los Angeles will host these league games. Traditionally, the first split will start in February, and the second will start in March or April. Each split will last eight weeks. Riot will forego the first split in 2023 and hold a massive kick-off tournament in Sao Paulo, Brazil, featuring all 30 partnered teams.
Riot claims that each venue will have on-site talent delivering coverage in different languages for fans across the world in order to increase the reach of each league.
The first split, which consists of eight weeks of regular-season competition, will run from March through May. At the conclusion of this time, each international league will award its champion, and the top teams from the split will move on to the opening Masters competition of the 2023 season.
VCT Masters 2023: May – June 2023
Challengers 2023 circuit details
Riot has also outlined its goals for the Challenger circuit, which will offer prospective players a route to the professional ranks. The two Challenger splits on the yearly calendar will include competition amongst the top teams from more than twenty different challenger leagues.
The Ascension competition, which gives players the chance to advance to tier 1 Valorant in the VCT, will be preceded by the VCT Challengers 2023 leagues. The Ascension competition champions will be admitted to the international league in 2024. The first split of the Challengers circuit will begin in January, and the second split will begin in March. The LCQ competition in July will also serve as a promotional event for these teams to enter foreign leagues.