NODWIN Gaming’s latest VCC clash will be streamed live on their YouTube channel from February 25 to February 27, 2022


NODWIN Gaming, hardware subsidiary of Nazara Technologies and esports leader in South Asia, announces that the long-awaited Grand Finals of its VALORANT Conquerors Championship (VCC) 2022 tournament will be streamed live on its YouTube channel from February 25-27, 2022 .

The knockout round will see super-talented teams Velocity Gaming, Enigma Gaming, Team Exploit and Global Esports battle it out for the coveted title and a $30,000 prize pool. The tournament will also award $1,500 to the most valuable player (MVP) of the tournament which started in January this year.

The newly crowned conqueror of VCC 2022 will represent India in the Asia Pacific Challenger (APAC) Split 1 Qualifiers. Top streamers from the South Asian region will be hosting watch parties on their social media platforms to soak up that adrenaline at seat edge. – final confrontation between the four best teams.

“It’s a fantastic championship! Over the past two months, we’ve seen some of the hottest VALORANT talent emerge from across South Asia. While last year was a pioneer, this year I can say with confidence that we have established the VCC as the qualifying tournament for the VCT. Congratulations to the top 4 contenders, may the best team win! We’re throwing the party for you, don’t forget to tune in,” said Akshat Rathee, Co-Founder and Managing Director of NODWIN Gaming..

This time, fans across the South Asian region witnessed the newly released ultra-inspirational VCC anthem “Nahi Hora Kya” featuring contemporary hip-hop artist Seedhe Maut and producer Sez on the Beat. The pulsating energy of the anthem is set to raise the temperature throughout the final round.

The tournament is organized in collaboration with Riot Games, a world leader in game development and publishing.

“We are thrilled to bring a very successful tournament to a climax with NODWIN Gaming. We can’t wait to see who will be crowned the winner this year. Come watch it live with us!” said Sukamal Pegu, Head of edition of Riot Games in India and South Asia.

Tune in to NODWIN Gaming’s official Youtube handle from February 25 to February 27 to catch the live action from the Grand Finals.


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