Valorant Champions Tour: What to expect from the event in 2022

Valorant Champions Tour has recently posted a video on its YouTube channel showcasing the important changes coming for 2022.

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Valorant Champions Tour has recently posted a video on its YouTube channel showcasing the important changes coming for 2022. Expressing their delight on how the game has grown in the competitive scene and adding they wish to take the experience to another level.

Firstly, Anna Donlon, Valorant’s Executive Producer, announced they aim to integrate esports into Valorant’s clients. Information such as schedules for matches in the main menu, upgrading the Observer tool, so broadcasts can be more exciting and more content can be brought to the table.

They also shed light on different ways to support teams. This also hints towards team-specific cosmetic content, similar to COD CDL skins. The first segment of the video promises upgrades for competitive aspects for all Valorant players, so they can prove mastery even beyond ranks.

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Riot’s Head of Global Esports Operations, Whalen Rozelle also said the improved VCT system will go live in 2022. Challengers, Masters, and Champions return in 2022, but the scheduling will be different, and they made some changes to the compositions of Challengers.

Challengers will start with an open qualifier for every stage, followed by a few weeks of competition among the best teams for each region, and end with a tournament that will confirm the teams of the Majors or Valorant Masters.

In 2022, Valorant Challengers Stage 1 will start in February 2022 and will finish by the end of March. In April, the first Masters tournament will be held, which will give us our first champion squad of the year. Stage 2 of Challengers will start in May and run till the end of June, the best teams from around the world will compete in the second Masters Tournament in July.

Valorant Champion will be held where the World Champions will be crowned and after the finals, this year’s season of VCT will come to a closure. Next year seems very bright for Valorant esports, with Riot Games putting all resources that Valorant and the competitive scene deserves.

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