Amazon Prime Day Valorant Championship Featuring INR 3 Lakh Prize Pool Announced
Amazon Prime Day just got a lot better for Valorant players!
The Esports Club (TEC) will be organizing a Valorant tournament called 'Amazon Prime Day Valorant Championship', which will be taking place as part of the annual Amazon Prime Day sale from 14th to 27th July. The event will be featuring a total prize pool worth INR 3,00,000 ($4,028 USD), which will be split between the top four teams. Apart from this, there are special prizes for both the 'Tournament MVP' and 'Play of the Tournament', who will be receiving some products from Amazon Partners. This is a grassroots level Valorant tournament open to all teams and players who are interested in kick starting their competitive careers or simply want to play for fun.
Amazon Prime Day Valorant Championship: Complete Details
Amazon Prime Day Valorant Championship is an open Valorant tournament organized by TEC, all set to start from 14th July. So all those interested in competing in an entry-level Valorant event can quickly go ahead and register themselves by 'Clicking Here'.
A total of 128 Valorant teams can register for the tournament which will be following a single-elimination format. The INR 3,00,000 total prize pool will be divided between the top-four teams as follows,
1st Place – INR 1,50,000 ($2014 USD)
2nd Place – INR 1,00,000 ($1343 USD)
3rd Place – INR 25,000 ($336 USD)
4th Place – INR 25,000 ($336 USD)
Over and above, the prize pool teams may also receive additional products from Amazon. Also, apart from the prize pool distribution above, there are extra prizes for individual players such as 'Tournament MVP' and 'Play of the Tournament'. For this, the players will be receiving certain products from Amazon partners.
The tournament will be running for almost two weeks from 14th to 27th July, coming to an end along with the Amazon Prime Day sale which is scheduled to take place from 26th to 27th July.
The Valorant tournament, sponsored by Amazon, seems to be an initiative aimed towards the PC gaming audience within the country, including it as another activity which is apart of their annual Prime Day sale. This will be the fifth year anniversary of the grand shopping festival and the first time that an esports tournament has been made a part of it.