RAGE Partners With Riot Games to Host Valorant LAN Event at Tokyo Garden
Japanese esports organization RAGE has partnered with Riot Games to host a Valorant LAN event featuring some of the biggest streamers and pro players in the regional competitive scene. The event will take place on 7th and 8th May with seating available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Fans will get to watch their favorite players live at the Tokyo Garden Theater in Japan.
RAGE Valorant 2022 Spring Event Overview
Day one of the event will feature content creators from the region hosting custom games at the LAN event. Fans who attend the event will get an opportunity to play custom games with their favorite pro players and content creators. There will be a competitive Replication mini-tournament where fans will get to earn merchandise and other goodies from the event’s sponsors. The event organizers will create multiple teams featuring a mix of streamers and attendees who will compete against each other.
On Day Two, there will be an all-star exhibition event featuring the best players in Japan from teams like ZETA Division, Crazy Raccoon, and Reject.
Here are all of the players who will be a part of the all-star event:
In addition to the casual tournaments, there will also be six-team booths featuring the teams that participated in the Valorant Champions Tour Stage 1 Challengers playoffs. Fans can visit the booths and interact with their favorite players, take photos and buy merchandise. A talk session will also be hosted featuring the ZETA Division team and its coaches with fans getting an opportunity to interact with the roster and ask questions.
RAGE Valorant 2022 Spring: Where to Watch
The RAGE Valorant 2022 Spring event will be streamed on YouTube and Twitch. Here are the official links to the broadcasts:
The streams are broadcasted from 3 AM GMT. The streams will be live for over eight hours each day. To check out the schedule of events taking place at RAGE Valorant 2022 Spring, check out the official timetable