Want to Release Your Own Valorant Gun Buddy? Participate in Riot Games’ New Collaboration Event
Riot Games is collaborating with Webtoon to celebrate Turkish agent Fade and the arrival of the Valorant Champions event in Istanbul, Turkey. Webtoon is a creator-owned digital comics platform and Riot Games wants creative minds in the community to take part in the upcoming collaboration event for a chance to win a training session with Riot Games team members. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming event.
How to participate in the Riot Games X Webtoon event
Starting from 23rd August to 18th September, players can submit fan art or full comic strips (up to 20 panels) showing Riot games your own interpretation of 'The Sting', which is a collection of audio logs. If you missed out on the audio logs in-game and want to check them out in order to bring them to life in your artwork or comics, check out the video below.
Before becoming an ally, Fade was the aggressor, blackmailing Valorant over crimes for which she believed them to be guilty of. In Patch 4.07, tucked away on the Shooting Range map, keen-eyed players found the radio communications recording: an audio log of Valorant’s mission in Istanbul was found by players.
Players can register for the event at:
Grand Prize winners and the People’s Choice winner will receive a one-hour virtual brainstorming session with members of Riot Games’ own Premium Content team, where you can ask questions and discuss ideas for a Gun Buddy to be included in the future Valorant Battle Pass. Also, all 10 Winners will be featured on WEBTOON and the official Valorant website.
All contest entries shall be screened by an outside admin to ensure compliance with Content Guidelines set by Webtoon. Valorant fans will also be a part of the voting process and can help their favorite entries win at the event. The top 50 artwork will be shortlisted after which a total of 10 winners will be selected as part of the winners’ list. Riot Games is yet to reveal when the winners will be announced so participants should keep an eye out on the official website