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eXTREMESLAND Announces 'VALORANT Training Camp' Tournament for China and Korea

Aditya Singh Rawat
5th Jun, 2020
  • eXTREMESLAND has announced a VALORANT tournament for Chinese and South Korean organizations.

  • The 24 team tournament will take place over the course of the entire month starting tomorrow.

  • Organizations from various esport titles like Overwatch, LoL, CS:GO, and others will be competing in the event. 

Esports tournament organizer eXTREMESLAND has just announced a competitive VALORANT tournament called ‘eXTREMESLAND VALORANT Training Camp’ mostly consisting of Chinese and Korean teams.

The popular Chinese organizers who are one of the best across Asia, in a bid to quickly capitalise on the new tactical-shooter by Riot Games have announced a month-long tournament, with an unspecified prizepool and a total of 24 teams participating in the event.

[Also Read: eXTREMESLAND Announces the Cancellation of CS:GO Asia Open 2020 due to the Ongoing Health Crisis]


The event which is all set to start tomorrow will be running from 6th June - 4th July and has been divided into two parts. The group stage will be taking place from 6th - 20th June which will be followed by the playoffs taking place from 30th June - 4th July. 

In addition to all this, a friendly match between the Chinese and the Korean region will be played out on 11th July, probably consisting of the best performing players from the two regions respectively.

The 24 competing teams will be divided into 4 groups of 6 teams each, but the format of the tournament has not been revealed yet. Some notable esports organizations that are competing in the tournament are Royal Never Give Up (RNG), Tyloo, D7G Esports Club, Sparkling Arrow Gaming (SAG), Light Gaming (LTG), Edward Gaming (EDG), and Suning Gaming (SN).

imageTeams Participating in the Tournament

[Also Read: CS:GO Roster of MVP PK part ways with Organization to Pursue a Future in VALORANT]


The tournament seems to be the first proper VALORANT tournament in Asia but is limited to the Chinese and Korean esports organizations. The participating teams seem to be associated with various esports titles like CS:GO, Overwatch, League of Legends, and more.

A lot of information like the streaming platform, prize pool, schedule of the matches, group stage and playoffs format for the tournament, has not been specified by the organizers at the moment. Though they have said that this tournament is just a test and “Hopefully, we can bring this event to other regions soon!”

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Let's see how this tournament fares and probably the organizers will reveal a bit more information about the tournament.

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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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