Many people are looking forward to the
Valorant Champions Tour, which is understandable. With so many people looking
forward to the tour, there are many expectations fans don’t know if they will
get accomplished. However, it is essential to know and be prepared for what the
tour is going to bring and when you can watch your favorite team compete.
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The Valorant Champions Tour Format
There have been some changes made to the tour's
format, but the overall premise is still the same. This means that every region
is going to have a Challengers stage where the winning team will end up moving
to the international LAN competition. The Master's event will be taking place
before the final Champions tournament at the end of the year.
However, the most significant change is
that the three stages of Challengers and Masters in December have been changed
to two stages that will happen in September. That means that the last few
months of the year have been set aside for the offseason events and series. It
doesn’t stop there, though.
Every main event for the Challengers
stages has also been changed. There are no more three separate
double-elimination brackets; instead, there is only one qualifier that is going
to happen before the seven-week main event. Within the seven weeks, there will
be five weeks of round-robin play, which gives people the double-elimination
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Eight different regional leagues are all
running beside the Challengers events: France, Spain, Turkey, MENA, CIS, DASH,
Eastern Europe, and Northern Europe. When the winner is determined in each
region, they are moved to a tournament with two spots on the Challengers Two
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Supplementing VCT for 2022
The tour has also decided to bring in some
supplements, and those are the Game Changers. This format is going to be the
same as 2021, which means people will see three different series that have an
open qualifier and one double-elimination bracket. However, this year's only
difference is that Game Changers will be determined during the first
international Game Changers Championship.
Will There Be Country-Specific Leagues?
This has been a question floating around
for a few months, but there are few details on whether there will be country-specific
leagues. However, if there were, it would be because they want to replicate the
success that has been created with the League of Legends tournaments. If there
are country-specific leagues, they will most likely be rolled out in European
countries first before any other country around the world.
2021 was a big year for Valorant esports,
but 2022 is going to be an even bigger year for the tour. This is because more
people are prepared to watch and participate in the tour. Additionally, there
are many games already set for the competition to begin, and it has everyone
However, people will need to wait and see what
happens during the games. With so many different teams competing, it is
difficult to figure out who will make it to the Masters in September and who
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