VCL 2023 South Asia Split 2: Teams, Results, Schedule, Format, Livestream, More

Here is everything you need to know about the exclusive regional league.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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VCL 2023 South Asia Split 2: Complete Details

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Highlights
The Valorant Challengers League 2023 South Asia Split 2 is all set to take place from 29th April to 11th June.
It will feature a total prize pool of over $100,000 USD which will be split between all the ten competing teams
The tournament has been split into two phases, starting with the Group Stage and then culminating with the Playoffs.

The Valorant Challengers League 2023: South Asia Split 2 (VCL 2023: SA Split 2) is all set to take place between some of the best teams and players that the region has to offer.

It features a total prize pool of $100,000 USD (INR 81,74,550) which will be split among all the participants based on their overall standings. Additionally, the winner will also get a chance to compete in the Valorant Challengers Ascension 2023: Pacific (VCA 2023: Pacific).

Here is everything you need to know about this exclusive regional Valorant league which is set to take place from 29th April to 11th June.

VCL 2023 South Asia Split 2: Complete Details

Orangutan dominated the VCL 2023: South Asia Split 1, leading its group by winning all four matches, followed by seven consecutive maps in the playoffs to walk away as the champion.

The team will be looking to replicate the same performance once again. However, other teams will step up and deliver their absolute best in order to represent the region at the Pacific Ascension.

Teams

Out of the ten teams that participated in the VCL 2023: South Asia Split 1 only one of them has been replaced by a new participant while others remain the same.

Schedule and Results

VCL 2023: South Asia Split 2 is scheduled to take place from 29th April to 11th June. The league has been split into two parts, Group Stage and Playoffs.

  • Group Stage: 29th April to 21st May

  • Playoffs: 1st to 11th June

League Stage

Group A

Group B

Group Matches

Playoffs

Grand Finals

Format

League Stage

  1. The ten participating teams have been split into two groups of five teams each.

  2. Both groups will be following a single round-robin format, i.e. each team will take on all other teams in the same group once.

  3. All matches that are a part of this stage will be following a best-of-three format.

  4. The top three teams from both groups will qualify for the next stage. Winners will directly qualify to the upper bracket semifinals while the second and third-placed teams will advance to the upper bracket quarterfinals.

Playoffs

  1. The top six teams will face each other in a double-elimination bracket.

  2. All the matches will feature a best-of-three format except for the grand final which will host a best-of-five series.

  3. The winning team shall go on to represent the South Asian region in the Valorant Challengers Ascension 2023: Pacific.

Prize Pool

The total prize pool of $100,000 USD will be split between all the ten competing teams but only the winner will be moving ahead to the Pacific Ascension, where it will take on the best teams from across the APAC (Asia Pacific) region.

Livestream

This tournament shall be broadcasted live by NODWIN Gaming in English across four streaming platforms - Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and Loco.

Apart from this, it will also be broadcasted in Hindi exclusively on Loco.

This time the stakes are actually higher and bigger than ever before for all the top Valorant teams from the South Asia region. Sparks are bound to fly high as teams clash on LAN, holding on to their nerves, making those impossible comebacks, dominating teams without breaking a sweat, and everything in between.

So, which team do you think will walk away as the eventual champions and qualify for the Pacific Ascension?


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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.