Esportz Premier Series Opens Registration For INR 14,00,000 Valorant Tournament

Abhimannu Das
29/Mar/2021 10:13 am

Esportz Premier Series will feature Valorant as a four-month event which will lead up to a LAN finale in December.
There will be four qualifiers with a prize pool of INR 100,000 ($1,376) and the grand finale will offer INR 10,00,000 ($13,760).
Up to 256 teams can register for the event with a minimum of 5 players and two substitute players.

Esportz Premier Series is a year-long esports event that will feature mobile, PC, and console titles for the Indian audience. With a prize pool of INR 4,000,000 ($55,000) the Esportz Premier Series is one of the biggest esports events of 2021. The event is already underway with the initial qualifiers for Free Fire and FIFA 21 already completed. The event will feature Valorant is the flagship PC esports titles with a prize pool of INR 1,400,000 ($19,275). The Esports Premier Series Valorant event will feature online qualifiers for Valorant which will lead up to the LAN Grand Finale. 

Esportz Premier Series Valorant Championship Overview

ValoValorant will be taking up INR 1,400,000 ($19,275) out of the INR 4,000,000 ($55,000) prize pool at the Esportz Premier Series. The series commenced in January 2021 and the Valorant fans will finally be able to register themselves and compete at the event. There will be four months of action with the qualifiers kicking off in April and matches will be scheduled from April to July. The LAN Finale will take place sometime in December. The four qualifiers will take place in April, May, June, and July respectively with INR 100,000 ($1,376) up for grabs in each of them. The LAN event will offer INR 10,00,000 ($13,760) in prize pool for finalists.

Esportz Premier Series Valorant Championship  Format

  • 256 teams – Best of 1 (Bo1) till Top 16  
  • Top 16 - Double Elimination – Best of 3 (Bo3) (winners bracket & lower brackets)
  • Finals – Best of Five (Bo5)  

The First Online Qualifier of VALORANT runs from 5th April - 20th April, 256 slots are available for the taking on a first-come-first-serve basis. Registrations for the same are live now on the official portal. Players can register at 

A total of 256 teams can register for the qualifiers. All teams are required to have at least 5 players and 2 substitutes can be added to the roster to accommodate for last-minute changes if players are unavailable. The other games in the event include Free Fire and FIFA 2021 which have separate qualifiers and prize pools. Registrations are currently closed for mobile esports and console games.  

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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.