Intel Presents TEC Challenger Series


The Esports Club Partners With Intel for TEC Challenger Series Valorant Event

Intel will be presenting the upcoming TEC Challenger Series for Valorant.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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The Esports Club has announced a partnership with Intel for the upcoming TEC Challenger Series.
TEC Challenger Series is coming back after almost a year and will be featuring a total prize pool of $20,000 USD.
It is scheduled to take place from 13th to 24th December 2021 and is open to participants from both South Asian and Southeast Asian regions.

Indian esports tournament organizer, The Esports Club, has partnered with Intel for the upcoming Valorant tournament TEC Challenger Series featuring a massive prize pool of $20,000 USD (INR 14,97,697). The tournament is scheduled to take place from 13th to 24th December 2021. It is an open Valorant event for participants from both South Asia (SA) and Southeast Asia (SEA) regions.

The registrations for the tournament are currently ongoing at The Esports Club's website. The winner of the tournament shall take home the lion's share of the total prize pool, $10,000 USD.

Speaking about their latest campaign, Ishaan Arya - Co-founder of The Esports Club said that,

We are extremely excited to welcome Intel on board as a partner and to be bringing back the iconic TEC Challenger Series. With the joint vision of elevating the esports ecosystem in the region, we look forward to creating bigger and better opportunities for our community with this strategic partnership.
Ishaan Arya - Co-founder, The Esports Club

The Esports Club partners with Intel for TEC Challenger Series

The TEC Challenger Series seems to be making a return with another Valorant tournament, scheduled to take place from 13th December onwards. TEC has partnered with Intel to revive the series following its five series run from August to December 2020, during which Velocity Gaming won four out of the five series.

Now, after a gap of almost one year the organizers have announced 'Intel presents TEC Channelger Series Valorant' whose registrations are currently ongoing for both South Asian and Southeast Asian teams.

South Asia

Eligible SA countries are India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Maldives, and Sri Lanka, interested participants can register themselves by Clicking Here.

Southeast Asia

Eligible SEA countries are Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam, interested participants can register by Clicking Here.

The response to the TEC Challenger series has been phenomenal in the past. We’re very excited to keep providing opportunities for teams in the region through our world class esports events.
Mansoor 'Nabu' Ahmed - Director of Esports, The Esports Club

Both the regions will have their own set of open qualifiers from 13th to 17th December, while the main event is scheduled to take place from 18th to 24th December.

A total of four Valorant teams will qualify from each region for the main event via the open qualifiers. These eight-team will then face off against each other in a double-elimination bracket, with the winners being crowned as the champions.

The tournament offers a total prize pool of $20,000 USD, which will be divided as follows between the top four teams and the MVP,

  • First - $10,000 USD

  • Second - $5,000 USD

  • Third - $2,500 USD

  • Fourth - $1,500 USD

  • MVP - $1,000 USD

Intel presents TEC Challenger Valorant Tournament

Participants from South Asian countires like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, and Nepal are eligible to participate in this tournament.

The completely open nature of this particular tournament is great for building and empowering a grassroots community development. It provides opportunities for talented players and teams to shine, while also allowing players to get a chance to go up against experienced teams and see where they currently stand.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.