‣ Starts at 4 p.m. on the 3rd of next month, and will be broadcast live through online channels such as YouTube.
‣ Busan E-Sports Stadium, the national competition ‘TEN 22 Season Valorant Korea-Japan’ Offline Competition
(Busan = International News) Reporter Ok-bin Kim = The Esports Night hosted by Busan City and co-hosted by both Busan Information Industry Promotion Agency and Loud Corporation, ‘Valorant Korea-Japan Match’, the 5th competition of the 22nd season of TEN (hereinafter referred to as ‘TEN’) It will be held offline at the Busan E-Sports Stadium (hereinafter ‘Brena’) at 4 pm on the 3rd of the following month.
‘TEN’ presented ‘Tekken 7 Korea-Japan Match’, which bets the pride of Korea and Japan on the 4th anniversary of Liberation Day on the 15th of last month.
Accordingly, ‘Valorant’, which is rapidly increasing in popularity in both countries, as the second part of the Korea-Japan match on the occasion of National Foundation Day on the 3rd of next month, has been selected as a competition event, attracting the attention of e-sports fans.
In this match between Korea and Japan, ‘DRX’, who has a strong fandom as the No. 1 team in Valorant in Korea, participated as the representative of Korea and won the ‘VCT: Japan Stage 2 Challengers’, a Japanese league in Valorant, popular with Japanese Valorant fans. ‘Northeption’, which is gaining popularity, will visit Busan as a representative of Japan.
In particular, this tournament is a revenge match for ‘Noception’, which lost to ‘DRX’ in ‘VCT Masters 2’, an international league in Valorant, and an opportunity to directly feel the skills of the top teams in both countries. It is becoming a big topic.
Fans who want to watch the Valorant Korea-Japan match can make advance reservations through Interpark from 2 pm on the 22nd and on-site ticketing on the day of the tournament. seems to be needed
In addition, the tournament will be broadcast live on Twitch, Afreeca TV, Naver, and YouTube’s TEN channel and VCT’s official channel.
Jung Moon-seop, president of the Busan Information Industry Promotion Agency, said, “I am delighted to be able to hold the Korea-Japan match once again as a ‘Valorant’ event, which has recently been receiving a lot of attention from e-sports fans, following the successful ‘Tekken 7 Korea-Japan match’ held in August.” He said, “Busan will continue to hold international exchange events between various countries, including professionals and amateurs, to expand the base of e-sports and make an active effort to become a leading global e-sports city.”
More details about the competition can be found on the official Brenna website and SNS.