Riot Games and NODWIN Gaming Join Forces for South Asia’s Most Anticipated VALORANT League

The excitement of VALORANT is about to reach new heights in South Asia as NODWIN Gaming, the gaming and esports arm of Nazara Technologies, has partnered with Riot Games to launch the highly anticipated VALORANT League. This exclusive league will feature the best VALORANT athletes from the region as they compete in a six-month-long tournament for the chance to take home a share of the 140,000 USD prize pool and qualify for the APAC VALORANT Ascension event.

What sets this league apart is the level of collaboration between NODWIN Gaming and Riot Games. Not only will they be working together to provide a top-notch competitive experience for the players and fans, but they will also be working to monetize the league through sponsorships and media rights. This makes the VALORANT Challengers South Asia not just a competition, but a unique and lucrative opportunity for everyone involved.

And let’s not forget NODWIN Gaming’s track record of success. With the road to VCT and VALORANT Conquerors Championship already under their belt, NODWIN Gaming has shown their ability to create high-stakes, high-energy esports events that capture the hearts of fans. Season 1 of the road to VCT alone garnered 6 million viewers, with Season 2 attracting a massive 12.2 million.

So, get ready for an electrifying experience as the VALORANT Challengers South Asia goes live in March 2023. This tournament is set to be an unforgettable competition that will thrill fans and offer exciting opportunities for players and sponsors alike. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of the action!

“NODWIN Gaming and Riot Games partner for exclusive VALORANT Challengers South Asia league. Expect high quality, action-packed esports over months of pure competition.” – Akshat Rathee, MD and Co-Founder of NODWIN Gaming.

“VALORANT Esports takes South Asia by storm with exclusive league partnership with NODWIN Gaming. Fans will witness the highest level of competitive play in the region. Best of luck to the teams!” – Sukamal Pegu, Riot Games Esports South Asia.