The 2023 Valorant Tour Championship is gearing up to become the biggest in history with a revolutionary format change embedded in the franchise system, and just days after knowing Riot Games’ final decision, the leaks are starting to multiply to slide which teams like KOI, Karmine Corp, Fnatic and Team Vitality are already in EMEA.
The Valorant Competitive Revolution for VTC 2023 arose from a gigantic proposal by Riot Games to multiply the franchise system with a renewed air in its shooter, combining regions in three nerve points to create three leagues to create a face-to-face -face launch in Berlin (EMEA), Los Angeles (America) and Seoul (Pacific).
With these three blocks, each league opens the doors to 10 franchise places that will compete in a first split planned from March to May in 2023, although an expansion to two leagues per region is expected by 2024, as is the case with all the leagues today. major regional League of Legends leagues.
In this environment, all indications are that the last day for the announcement of the franchises by Riot Games is Friday, September 23, but the leaks have progressed through the hands of Anonymously with four of the 10 names already posted as final, and it fits perfectly to introduce Team Vitality, KOI, Karmine Corp and Fnatic among the shortlisted.
The growth of Valorant’s competition with regional, national leagues and the VCT has further shown that Riot Games’ ability to increase and the pure esports environment in its video game doesn’t need much development, making it the main focus of the shooter. at the international level next to CS:GO.
Curiously, Ibai Llanos himself hinted this week that he has two major announcements pending that may be related to KOI, as the leak of Rogue’s agreement to sit in the LEC is now added to his team’s leak in the maximum competition from Valorant, a 2×1 that takes the team to the top of the Riot franchises in less than a year.
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