Riot Game has unveiled information regarding the VCT 2023 Game Changers Championship. Here is all the information you need to know about the Valorant tournament, including the timetable, the destination, and the qualification procedure for teams.
Riot Games is once again hosting the women’s Valorant international tournament after the success of the VCT Game Changers Championship in Berlin in 2022. In 2023, a total of eight teams from six different areas will compete for the trophy.
In 2017, G2 Gozen consolidated EMEA’s supremacy over the rest of the world by defeating highly anticipated teams like Cloud9 White en route to the championship.
The competition will hold from November 28 to December 3. This won’t overlap with any other Riot Games’ Valorant events and will take place a month after Valorant Champions 2023.
The competition will include eight teams from EMEA, North America, Brazil, Latin America, South East Asia, Japan, South Korea, and China. The teams will qualify via a point system in their respective regional competitions. We are all expecting huge competition from VCT Game Changers Championship 2023.
Riot Games made the decision to stage this year’s Game Changers Championship in So Paulo after observing the success of VCT LOCK/IN in Brazil. The CBLOL Arena, where the Brazilian League of Legends league holds its matches, will host the eight teams’ competitions.
As of this writing, no details on the event’s tickets have been made public; however, we will keep you updated.
Regional Team Slots
Riot Game decided to break down into six regions of the tournament team slots: EMEA, North America, Brail, Latin America and South East Asia with Japan, South Korea and China all sharing one slot.
North America and EMEA have both been allocated two slots while every other region only has one spot at the event however, we will announce the participating team information when the participating teams are confirmed by their regions.