The AfreecaTV will be hosting its very own Valorant SEA Invitational OffSeason tournament which got many Valorant fans excited. The tournament will be online with a total prize pool of $25,000 USD (INR 20,41,769). The Invitational started on November 29 and will conclude on December 4, when 16 of the best teams from Southeast Asia (SEA) will lock horns.
All teams were included in the tournament with direct invites based on one of the six countries that they will be representing - Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam. The tournament will be divided into two stages, Group Stage and Playoffs, with all participants walking away with a piece of the total prize pool.
Here's all you need to know about the AfreecaTV Valorant SEA Invitational:
Which teams were invited for the AfreecaTV Valorant SEA Invitational?
FULL SENSE (Thailand), MiTH (Thailand), FW Esports (Thailand), XERXIA (Thailand), Team NKT (Thailand), SR Nacague (Philippines), South Built Esports (Philippines), Rex Regum Qeon (Philippines), Alter Ego (Indonesia), Bigetron Arctic (Indonesia), BOOM Esports (Indonesia), Dewa United (Indonesia), Bleed Esports (Malaysia/Singapore), Fancy United Esports (Vietnam), Wolves X(Vietnam), Dominus Esports (Vietnam).
What is the schedule for the AfreecaTV Valorant SEA Invitational?
Group Stage: 29th to 30th November
Playoffs: 1st to 4th December
What is the format for the AfreecaTV Valorant SEA Invitational?
The 16 directly invited teams are divided into four groups of four teams each. Every group will have a double-elimination bracket where each match will be a single-game affair. The top two teams from each group will proceed ahead to the Playoffs. This stage will also have a double-elimination bracket where every match will be a best-of-three series. But the grand finals will be played in a best-of-five faceoff.
What is the Prize Pool for the AfreecaTV Valorant SEA Invitational?
The AfreecaTV Valorant SEA Invitational will include a total prize pool of $25,000 USD which will be split between all teams based on their overall positioning in the tournament. Here’s the full breakdown of the prize money:
Where to watch the live stream of the AfreecaTV Valorant SEA Invitational?
The tournament will be broadcasted on platforms like YouTube and AfreecaTV, a South Korea-based video streaming service. The live stream will be available in various languages like English, Thai, Indonesian, and Vietnamese.
English - YouTube | AfreecaTV
Thai - AfreecaTV
Indonesian - AfreecaTV
Vietnamese - AfreecaTV