Valorant Esports 2023: Riot Games has revealed its plans for the Valorant Esports community, which is set to begin in 2023. The Valorant competitive environment is shifting in a positive direction. The Valorant 2023 Esports format from Riot Games appears to be quite optimistic, as the creators have a lot planned for the game in terms of competitive gameplay.
Riot Games is continuing to expand its Esports franchise, and they’ve disclosed some key details for the year 2023, including a brand new competitive format that will give young talent more opportunities while also focusing on long-term agreements with a limited group of teams. They have plans for the implementation of three national leagues covering North America, Europe, and Asia.
Valorant announcement concerning future plans and format for the Esports community in 2023
Valorant stated, “We’re creating a competitive ecosystem driven by players that will inspire future generations of head-snapping, round-clutching superstars. We understand the needs of a hungry and expanding global audience, and we’re ready to provide.”
Global events, three new Premier Leagues, playoffs for global events, a new competitive mode in the game, and in-game leagues to promote the competitive community will all be part of the Valorant Esports 2023.
In a news statement, Whalen Rozelle, Riot Games’ president of esports operations, said, “We have created our long-term partnership model for VALORANT so teams can thrive and build their business alongside the general expansion of VALORANT Esports.” “Our goal is to free up our partners’ resources so they can focus on supporting their athletes and developing their fan communities by providing fantastic fan content.”
Valorant will host Domestic and International Esports leagues from 2023
The VALORANT Champions Tour’s Challengers, Game Changers, and Regional Leagues systems will be changed to accommodate new global leagues. Expanded domestic leagues would highlight players aspiring to play in international competitions.
Riot has also introduced a new competitive in-game mode that would ostensibly serve as a supporter for the domestic leagues. The game mode would be a compliment to the current ranking leaderboard, providing participants with a purpose outside of competitive play. The top teams will be able to compete against players from their respective regional leagues to develop Valorant Esports in 2023.
In addition, Riot Games will launch three new international shooter leagues in 2023, each including a weekly tournament between certain best squads from the globe. The tournament will take place over a LAN with a live crowd.