Nodwin Gaming and Riot Games bring Omen Valorant Challengers South Asia Split 2 LAN playoffs to Delhi

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NODWIN Gaming, in collaboration with Riot Games, is set to host the LAN playoffs of the Omen Valorant Challengers South Asia Split 2 at the NODWIN Gaming Arena in Chattarpur. The event will run from June 25 to June 28, bringing together the region’s top Valorant teams in a competition.

Following a league stage, Revenant Esports and Velocity Gaming emerged as the top finishers from Group A, while True Rippers and Orangutan led the standings in Group B. These four teams will now battle it out in the LAN playoffs, vying for a spot in the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) Ascension in Japan later this year. In addition to representing South Asia on the global stage, the teams will compete for a share of the impressive $66,000 (approximately Rs. 55 lakh) prize pool, with the champions set to claim $20,000 (approximately Rs. 16.7 lakh) in prize money.

As reported by The Times of India, Akshat Rathee, co-founder and managing director of NODWIN Gaming, expressed his excitement about the event, stating, “We are ecstatic to bring the LAN playoffs of Omen Valorant Challengers South Asia Split 2 to the NODWIN Arena which will have the region’s most talented Valorant athletes competing to bolster India’s presence in the global landscape. This event represents the pinnacle of VALORANT esports in India, and NODWIN Gaming is proud to provide a platform for these talented teams to showcase their skills. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our partners and look forward to elevating the esports experience for both players and fans.”

The event promises to be a significant moment in South Asian esports, highlighting the region’s growing influence in the global Valorant scene. Fans can expect matches, strategic gameplay, and an electrifying atmosphere as these teams compete for the opportunity to advance to the international stage.

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