ESPL India Valorant Tournament Registration Closes Tomorrow

Abhimannu Das
31/Dec/2020 07:11 am

The ESPL India Valorant Power Up is set to be 2021's first big Valorant tournament with a prize pool of 7,50,000 INR.
The winners will receive 4,00,000 INR and the runners-up will receive 2,00,000 INR.
There will be four qualifiers and double bracket qualifications for 16 teams in the next stage.

Registrations for the ESPL India Valorant Power Up tournament are underway and today is the last day to register for the event. It is the first major Indian Valorant tournament of 2021 and will feature four Qualifiers and the main event. Registrations will close tomorrow (January 1, 2021), and the qualifiers will take place between January 5 and January 10, 2021. The tournament prize pool is set at INR 7,50,000, with INR 4,00,000 being reserved for winners and INR 2,00,000 being reserved for the runner-up team. 

ESPL India Valorant Power Up Qualifier Overview

The qualifiers will have 256 registration slots each, totaling up to 1024 tournaments across all qualifiers. Players will be asked to compete in a best of three format up until the quarter-finals. Four teams from each qualifier will be selected to compete in the 16-team main event. 

Even if you do not have a team of your own, you can use the ESPL team finder to sign up and find a team that meets your preferences or create your own. You can also create a thread and post relevant information about your rank, playstyle, preferred roles, etc., and fill in at existing teams. 

You can also use the official ESPL Discord Channel to find a team at  

After joining the channel, head to the Main Lobby text channel and choose your nationality by clicking on the correct flag. It will open the Team-Finder text channel for you, which you can use to find teams. Ensure that you input the correct game and in-game roles to get legitimate responses. 


The tournament will take place in a GSL format where two winners and two losers will emerge at the next stage. The winners will play in the upper bracket qualifiers, while the bottom two teams will get a second chance to qualify from the lower bracket. Winners from the lower bracket will compete against upper bracket players to qualify for the final rounds, while upper bracket winners get a direct qualification to the next stage. 

ESPL Overview

ESPLImage Credit: ESPL

Esports Players League (ESPL) was founded in 2019 to promote an integrated esports ecosystem. The upcoming Valorant tournament seeks to serve as a platform to help players find teams and participate in the 750,000 INR Valorant tournament. Players have been requested to use the team finder or the official discord to participate if they do not have a team. 

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Abhimannu Das is a part of the content team at AFK Gaming and a lifelong obsessive gamer. He is covering content on esports titles like VALORANT, CS: GO, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG and more. He also writes opinion pieces, cover stories and conducts interviews with esports professionals.