Valorant Game Changers has been a motivating event for the whole esports community.
It encourages aspiring female and underrepresented players to compete in esports. It demonstrates how equality can be provided to all players.
After a year of fierce regional competition, the Valorant Game Changers Championship last year was a triumph, with all qualifying teams flying to Berlin to compete in an epic event.
After overcoming the top teams, G2 Gozen won the title the previous year.
Participating teams must perform well in the regional qualifications, which will be broadcast live over the next few weeks, if they want to make it to the Championship this year.
The Valorant Game Changers Championship for 2023 will take place at Riot Studios in So Paulo, Brazil.
The competition will start on November 28 and run through December 3, 2023.
The LOCK/IN, which also took place in So Paulo, Brazil, marked the official start of the VCT League for the 2023 campaign.
The VCT GC lineups that competed in the Championship the previous year had already established themselves as the top teams in the world.
Game Changers has become one of the most popular esports events in Valorant history since it is a competition for women and other underrepresented groups in the Valorant esports scene.
Teams from every region will be allotted a certain number of spots to compete in the Valorant Game Changers Championship in Brazil.
By doing well at their regional competitions, teams from each region will be able to secure their spots. The six regions’ slots are as follows:
- EMEA: 2
- NA: 2
- BR: 1
- LATAM: 1
- SEA: 1
- JP/KR/CN: 1
Players from the other regions will only receive one slot to guarantee a spot in the Championship.
There will be eight teams traveling to Brazil in 2023.
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