Winners to qualify for APAC Last Chance Qualifier and take home a grand prize pool of 25 lakhs!

NODWIN Gaming’s flagship tournament ‘Valorant Conquerors Championship’ has created immense excitement since its announcement in July 2021. VCC is a huge breakthrough for South Asian Valorant players as it gives them a chance to qualify for the APAC Last Chance Qualifier and fight for a spot at the Valorant Champions Tour 2021 for the first time. The Grand Finale of this high-octane series will be streamed live from 27th- 29th August on NODWIN’s YouTube, Twitch and Facebook channels.

Supporting the journey of South Asia’s Valorant prowess are Gillette, the official grooming partner and Talkesport, the digital publication partner who have reinforced our vision to bring recognition to the region.

VCC 2021 Grand Finale will witness South Asia’s best Valorant players battle it out one last time to grab a spot at VCT 2021 and take home a grand prize pool of INR 25 lakhs. The four teams that have qualified for the Grand Finale are:

Team Exploit

Enigma Gaming

Global Esports

Velocity Gaming

These 4 teams will play double-elimination best-of-3 matches and a BO5 Finals.

“The grand finale of the VCC 2021 is going to be an action-packed, edge-of-the-seat viewing experience long-awaited by fans across the globe. You’ll be watching some of the best Valorant professionals compete from the South-Asian region and have a shot at the global competitive circuit. Be there to support your favourite teams as we create history together,” said Akshat Rathee, Co-founder and MD, NODWIN Gaming.

“We are proud to associate with VCC, Valorant has grown massively in the region. TalkEsport partners and works with a lot of esports companies across the globe and we’re looking forward to bring quality content to Valorant enthusiasts!”, said Deepak Ojha, CEO & Founder, Talkesport.

NODWIN Gaming partnered with Riot Games, the global leader in gaming and esports, for the Valorant Conquerors Championship, putting the region in the VCT 2021 roadmap for the first time. VCC 2021 has paved the way for international recognition of South Asian teams and players.

By Gaspar Incze

Gáspár Incze is the youngest member of the team. Currently a university student, he is studying management at Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. Gáspár participated in several social initiatives, having volunteered as a tour guide at the Teleki Castle in the village of Gornești and currently working at ÉRTED, a Transylvanian Hungarian student initiative committed to community work, mainly in the cultural, scientific, economic, and environmental areas.