Event news Valorant Open Tour France: The French race track opens its doors
Like League of Legends before it, Valorant was developed with a competitive goal in mind. In its mechanics as well as in its concept, the shooter values skill and it is therefore quite logical that Riot Games is working to create an esports circuit worthy of the name. In France we can count on a new event called the Valorant Open Tour France.
The Valorant Open Tour France is organized in collaboration with Riot Games and brings together the crème of Valorant players for a major French competition. The goal: to determine the best team in France a series of tournaments from April to November 2021. With a cash prize of $ 50,000 What is at stake is that the competition will be tough. In order to reach the grand final planned for November, Valorant players have three qualifying chances that correspond to the three upcoming seasons. The circuit will therefore open with the spring tournament, which will take place in May and will offer three sesame seeds for the grand finale.
Would you like to try your luck and participate with your team? If you are rated Platinum 1 or higher and are at least 16 years old, just go to the official website of the event. You will find the complete rulesand fill in the registration form. The 128 teams with the best MMR on EUW servers will then be selected to participate in a first phase, which will take place on May 8th and 9th. Only 32 teams will then have the honor of entering the second phase, which can be followed live Mandatory Twitch channel
Spring tournament of the Valorant Open Tour France
- From April 10th : Opening of qualification registrations.
- May 8th to 9th : first phase of the competition with 128 teams.
- 15.-16. May and 22.-23. May : second phase of the competition with the 32 best teams.
If you can compete with the biggest French teams, Meet at ValOpenTour.fr register for the first qualification phases.
Official website of the Valorant Open Tour France
The Valorant Open Tour France is produced in collaboration with Webedia.
By daFrans, Journalist igamesnews.com