Nodwin Gaming, a South Asian esports company, is all set for its Valorant Conquerors Championship (VCC) 2022 which will take place from January 22 onwards.
The event will give South Asian players the chance to win a prize pool of USD 30,000 which also includes a reward of USD 1,500 for the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the tournament.
The qualifiers will take place from January 22 to February 13, the playoffs are going to be held from February 18 to 20, 2022. Talking about finals, the company said it will take place from February 25 to 27.
VCC also gives the participating players an opportunity to qualify for the Asia Pacific (APAC) Challenger Playoffs Split 1. The winning team from there will then compete at the VCT 2022 Masters Split 1.
According to the official information, the tournament will field the following six qualifiers:
India – 2 Qualifiers, 2 Slots
Pakistan and Afghanistan – 1 Qualifier, 1 Slot
Sri Lanka and Maldives – 1 Qualifier, 1 Slot
Bangladesh – 1 Qualifier, 1 Slot
Nepal and Bhutan – 1 Qualifier, 1 Slot
Wildcard – 1 Qualifier, 2 Slots
The championship follows the same format as its first edition that was held in June 2021. Qualifying teams from each sub-region will go through the VCC Playoffs to reach the grand finals and the top two South Asian teams will make their way to Split 1 Asia Pacific (APAC) Challenger Playoffs. The winner will then play at the VALORANT Champions Tour 2022 Masters Split 1.
The tournament is being organised together with Riot Games, global leaders in game development and publishing. Since its launch, VCC has become the most awaited event among the South Asian Valorant community.