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FPX Rebrands ZHUQUE Team Ahead of VALORANT China Launch

FPX rebranded its Chinese VALORANT team on Jan. 9 in preparation for the game’s official launch in China after ban Valorant.

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By Shubham Dalal | Jan 10, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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FPX rebranded its Chinese VALORANT team on Jan. 9 in preparation for the game’s official launch in China after ban Valorant. The organization promoted ZHUQUE roster, its Chinese VALORANT squad, to the main team. As a result, the team will now play under the FPX banner. “ZHUQUE will take over the banner of FPX VALORANT and continue to compete in the VALORANT esports scene under the name of FPX,” the announcement reads.If you need more information about FPX Rebrands ZHUQUE Team Ahead of VALORANT China Launch then read carefully and don’t forget to share your friends.

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This move is most likely a result of FPX not getting a franchising spot in any of the three international leagues in VALORANT in china after launching. From 2020 until November 2022 to 2023 january , Feix landed a European roster in several competitions around the world. The squad claimed first place at VCT 2022 tournament : Stage Two Masters in Copenhagen and Stage Two Masters or Heroic Champion 2022 Men’s Fourth Place.

FPX originally entered Europe in 2020, claiming a VCT Masters title and finishing in the top four of VCT Champions last year. However, despite its success the organisation was not named as a partner team for the VALORANT Champions Tour in EMEA, Pacific or the Americas.

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After the partners of the heroic franchise league were unveiled, fpx ne released its roster from its relationship on November 7. Most of their former players from last year were signed by Natus Vincere, and will compete in the 2023 VCT EMEA League. Dec. 28, it was announced that Riot Games for Valorant game’ title will be accessible Launch in China soon. as a result, official game servers will be set up in the country, allowing the domestic scene to be created and thrive. Until now, Chinese players had to use a VPN to connect to other servers.

With Faxes having no luck finding franchising spots elsewhere, and the domestic scene is on the verge of starting, it’s no surprise that chinese organizations are looking for opportunities in their own country. In China have good VALORANT’s esports ecosystem so looks set to develop in full force this year after the Chinese government’s National Press and Publication Administration (NPPA) approved the game in the country. The decision was made public on December 27th 2022 through a list that detailed which new games will become playable to the Chinese public.

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