A knife-only round or rather anti-social-distancing? In this Valorant tournament, the spectator decides how the game is played. And that creates only one thing: fun!
Just running backwards. Why not? That makes it really hard for the teams... but what is more fun than watching a legend trying to heal his teammates backwards and being clumsy? With Anti-Social-Distancing you would digitally throw all coronavirus rules to the wind and stay close together as a team. The perfect goal - but fortunately the other team also has to fight each other...
So, what happens in the Valorant Challenge Cup is up to you. It's worth taking part, because if there's any fancy Valorant gameplay, it's probably here! We are starting on September 4, at 17:00 CEST with the group phase, which will continue at the same time on September 5. On September 6, the playoffs will start at 17:00 CEST, followed by the grand finale.
This time the lineup also has something to offer. Among others, we've got:
Of course, there is also something to win. The teams fight for €1,500, which will be donated to a charity of their choice. And the viewers also benefit: keyboards, mice, or headsets from Razer will be raffled out among all active viewers voting on the rules.
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