Gamers Club and Riot Games Organize Women’s Valorant Circuit in Latin America – The Esports Observer
Immortals Gaming Club-owned gaming platform Gamers Club and Riot Games (through its Game Changers initiative) are organizing the Gamers Club Circuit: Gêneses Protocol, a women’s tournament in Brazil and Latin America. The competition will be divided into four splits which will qualify one team for the Valorant Game Changers Series.
Each of the splits will have a $20K BRL (roughly $3.6K USD) prize pool, making a total of $80K BRL (roughly $14.3K) invested in prizes. The tournament is open to teams to register, as the Game Changers initiative seeks to create opportunities for women to enter the professional esports scene. Some of the main local organizations competing in the circuit are Gamelanders, INTZ, and Vivo Keyd.
Gamers Club is one of the main investments from IGC in the region and one of the main competitive gaming platforms for various esports in Brazil and Latin America. The platform is also part of the Brazilian Circuit for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CBCS).
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