Valorant Esports

Valorant is a tactical first-person shooter video game developed and published by Riot Games. It has gained immense popularity among gamers worldwide, making it one of the biggest esports games in recent years. In this article, we will provide an overview of Valorant esports and the latest updates from various sources.

Introduction to Valorant Esports

Valorant was launched in June 2020, and it has quickly become one of the most popular esports games in the world. The game features a 5v5 tactical shooter format, where two teams battle to plant or defuse a bomb. Each player can select a unique agent, and each agent has its own abilities and skills.

Riot Games, the developer of Valorant, has invested in esports by launching the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT). The VCT is a series of competitive events that run throughout the year, featuring the best teams from around the world. The VCT is divided into three stages, namely league play, playoffs, and finals. The bottom four teams are eliminated after the league play, while the top six teams advance to the playoffs. The winner of the VCT Pacific becomes Riot Games’ first VCT Pacific champion.

VALORANT VCT Pacific League

The VALORANT VCT Pacific League is a major regional tournament organized by Riot Games. The tournament features eight weeks of Valorant action, with the top six teams advancing to the playoffs. The tournament includes teams from countries such as Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia. You can find the schedule, results, teams, and where to watch the VCT Pacific League on One Esports.

VALORANT Game Changers Championship

The VALORANT Game Changers Championship is an all-female tournament that aims to promote women’s participation in esports. The tournament is organized by Riot Games and features teams from North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific regions. The venue for the Game Changers Championship 2023 has been revealed, but the fact that the venue only seats 150 has disappointed the community. You can find more information about the tournament on

Latest News and Updates

Shroud’s Opinion on Valorant

Some esports figures, like Shroud, reckon this is going to blow Valorant away. As he says (joking) to one of his friends in this stream clip, “Quit Valorant, it’s done. It’s fucking over.” This statement has caused some debate among the Valorant community, with some agreeing and others disagreeing.

Map Analysis, Character Guides, and Meta Analysis

One Esports brings you map analysis, character guides, meta analysis, and tournament coverage. Their coverage of the VCT Pacific League includes a schedule, results, teams, and where to watch. They also offer exclusive content like “Learn how to lurk like a Valorant pro from nAts himself.”