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VALORANT Heads To Japan for Masters 2023

Riot announced that the time had come for Japan's esports to move to the "next phase" by hosting a second international event for VCT 2023 in June.

VALORANT Heads To Japan for Masters 2023
By Shubham Dalal | Dec 25, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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Valorant Masters 2023 will be held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, as announced by Riot Games on the country’s official Valorant channel. In a video showcasing the growth of the esports scene in the Land of the Rising Sun, Riot announced that the time had come for Japan’s esports to move to the “next phase” by hosting a second international event for VCT 2023 in June. Will do this,If you need more information about VALORANT Heads To Japan for Masters 2023 then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.

VALORANT Heads To Japan for Masters 2023 :

Valorant Masters 2023 will be held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, as announced by Riot Games on the country’s official Valorant channel. In a video showcasing the growth of the esports scene in the Land of the Rising Sun, Riot announced that the time had come to take Japan’s esports to the “next stage” by hosting the second international event for VCT 2023 in June.

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Viewership has also seen an increase, with the highest peak registered by the official Valorant streaming channel on Twitch in 2012 being only 62 thousand viewers, compared to a 2022 peak that reached nearly 120 thousand, according to data from Streamcharts. Went. Overall, Riot described the Japanese Valorant community as growing by “leaps and bounds” over the past 12 months.

In addition to the significant achievements made by the Valorant community in the country, Riot has also shown interest in bringing Valorant events to various countries spread across all continents. It will equally empower and nurture sporting communities across the world, keeping the curiosity alive as to where the next VCT 2023 edition will be held.

Before arriving in Japan though, VALORANT teams will compete in the Kickoff Tournament in Brazil, which Riot has dubbed “the largest international tournament in VCT history” to date. The Kickoff tournament will run for three weeks and only leave room for regional leagues in early March.According to the 2023 roadmap, international competition will resume with the Masters Tokyo in June and will include the top three teams from regional leagues for a total of nine teams competing for the title. The winner of the VCT Masters will qualify directly for the final and most important tournament of the year: the VCT Champions.

The road to Champions is still a long way off, but Valorant fans can now be certain that the first two major international tournaments will be held across two continents. With the Valorant Champions Tour fans all over the world are sure to be excited to have the chance to watch their favorite esport live close to home.

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