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Everything You Need to Know About Valorant Strike Arabia Grand Finals

Abhimannu Das
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Strike Arabia Valorant Grand Finals are set to commence later this week, which will see one team head to the EMEA Last Chance Qualifiers.
The Strike Arabia Grand Finals will be an offline LAN event held between 22nd and 25th September.
The prize pool of the upcoming event is set at $50,000 USD and it is restricted to squads from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region only.

Riot Games’ first official Valorant competition in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is set to be hosted later this month from 22nd September. Esports fans from the United Arab Emirates and beyond will be able to watch the four-day event where MENA squads will be competing for a prize pool of $50,000 USD in a bid to qualify for the European Last Chance Qualifiers. It is the first of its kinds Riot Games event in the region and it shall allow MENA players to compete under the EMEA region for the Valorant Champions Tour. Viewers will also be able to participate in online events throughout Strike Arabia. These online events have been planned for the audience. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming event.

Strike Arabia Grand Finals Overview

The Strike Arabia Grand Finals will be an offline LAN event held between 22nd and 25th Sept, bringing together the eight teams that have qualified from the Strike Arabia Championship and the Strike Arabia League. These eight teams will battle it out for a chance to advance to be one of the two teams advancing to the EMEA Last Chance Qualifiers.

Strike Arabia will feature some of the best teams in the region which include:

  • YaLLa Esports

  • NASR Esports

  • Fox Gaming

  • Team RA’AD

  • Team ANUBIS

  • Tunisian Team Majesty

  • Geekay Esports

  • Piercer Esports

Strike Arabia Grand Finals Format

The top eight teams to qualify from the Strike Arabia 2021 roadmap will compete against each other in a BO3 double elimination bracket format starting from the 22nd of September till the 25th of September, while the Grand Finals will be held on the basis of BO5 on 25th September.

The winners of the Strike Arabia Grand Finals will be heading into the EMEA Last Chance Qualifiers (LCQ) in a bid to qualify for Valorant Champions. The EMEA LCQ will be held on a European stage that will showcase the best talents from Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Between 14th and 17th October, teams will have to overcome the final hurdle and be a part of the Valorant Champions LAN event.

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Strike Arabia Grand Finals: Where to Watch

Fans can check out the event at on the official Twitch channel. All matches may not be streamed according to the official tournament page. Anything between three to five matches will be aired per day during the group stage.


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Abhimannu is a part of the content team at AFK Gaming and a lifelong obsessive gamer. He currently covers esports titles like VALORANT, CS: GO, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG and more.