Valorant Convergence 2023: Teams, Results, Schedule, Format, Livestream, More


Valorant Convergence 2023: Teams, Results, Schedule, Format, Livestream, More

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Aditya Singh Rawat
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Valorant Convergence 2023 will be taking place from 14th to 17th December in Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
A total of six teams will be competing in this tournament, four direct invites and two regional participants.
The tournament will be featuring a total prize pool of $50,000 USD which will be split between the top four teams.

Riot Games is all set to host its first-ever international Valorant esports event in India called Convergence 2023 in partnership with local tournament organizers, The Esports Club.

The tournament is scheduled to take place from 14th to 17th December in Bengaluru, Karnataka at the Manpho Convention Centre, featuring a total prize pool of $50,000 USD.

Convergence 2023 is an official VCT OFF//SEASON tournament involving six Valorant teams from different regions around the world including two Indian teams.

Here are complete details about the tournament, updated with the results, schedule, format, livestream, and everything else.

Valorant Convergence 2023: Complete Details

2023 is going to end on a crazy high for the Indian community as Riot Games has decided to host its first official international Valorant tournament in the country.

Four overseas invites along with two local teams will compete in front of a live audience on LAN across four days, resulting in an an action-packed weekend for everyone involved.

Riot Games via Convergence 2023 wants to showcase its commitment to the growing gaming culture in the country and hopefully they will be able to highlight it successfully.


A total of six teams will be participating in Convergence 2023 including four overseas invites and two local teams.

  1. FURIA Esports - Brazil | VCT Americas

  2. FUT Esports - Turkey | VCT EMEA

  3. Team Vitality - France | VCT EMEA

  4. Gen.G Esports - South Korea | VCT Pacific

  5. Global Esports - India | VCT Pacific

  6. True Rippers - India | India Qualifier

Valorant Convergence 2023: Teams and Groups

Schedule and Results

Convergence 2023 will run from 14th to 17th December and has been split into two stages, Group Stage and Grand Final.

  • Convergence 2023: Group Stage - 14th to 16th December

  • Convergence 2023: Grand Final - 17th December

Group A

Group B

Group Stage | 14th December

Group Stage | 15th December

Group Stage | 16th December

Grand Finals | 17th December


Group Stage

  • The six teams competing will be divided into two groups of three teams each.

  • Teams in the respective groups will play each other once and every match will be a best-of-three series.

  • The top team from both groups will advance to the Grand Finals.

Grand Finals

  • The two qualifying teams will play one best-of-five series.

  • The winner of this match will be crowned as the champion.

Prize Pool

Convergence 2023 will feature a total prize pool of $50,000 USD which will be divided between the top four teams according to their final standings.

Valorant Convergence 2023: How to Watch

The tournament will be broadcast live across two livestreaming platforms, YouTube and Twitch, in two languages, Hindi and English.

Apart from this, there will be watch parties that will be hosted by some of the regional content creators and streamers, so audience members always have the option of visiting their streams for a more personal viewing experience.

Valorant Convergence 2023: Official Online Watchparties

This is the perfect VCT 2023 OFF//SEASON tournament and fans around the world will be excited to witness these teams in action with their updated squads for the VCT 2024 season which will start early next year.

It will be the first showing for teams like Global Esports, Team Vitality, and Gen.G Esports on the international stage with their updated rosters which will surely make for some unexpected action, making this quite an appealing tournament even for the international audience.

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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.

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