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Riot Games Announces Valorant Premier Playoff Tournament

Riot Games Announces the Release of In-Game Tournament System Valorant Premier Global Open Beta

Valorant Premier Playoff TournamentRiot Games recently hosted an open beta for their team-based competitive system, Premier. This mode provides players with an exciting way to test themselves through act-long seasons that end with a champion crowning tournament at each season’s close. Players will need to verify both their account and MMR to queue for Premier matches, though there will be an un-effected test tournament this week that does not affect team standings, Premier score, or W/L records.

Enrollment-Valorant Premier Playoff Tournament

Riot has unveiled an enrollment process for VALORANT Premier, their team-based competitive mode that connects players and pro scene. Players can form teams of 5-7 members and compete to become champions in their skill division.

The VALORANT Premier Open Beta will run for four weeks beginning April 29 and concluding with a Playoff Tournament on May 21. To participate in this Beta, teams must enroll during its Enrollment period – starting April 29 and concluding on May 20 – which opens up enrollment slots.

Once registered, teams will be placed into their designated zones and begin playing weekly matches to build their Premier Score; this ranking determines which teams make it to the Playoff Tournament while losing teams vie for third place in a Consolation Bracket. Participation in the System Test unlocks an exclusive banner and title. Consider the League of Legends and VALORANT.

Weekly Matches-Valorant Premier Playoff Tournament

Valorant Premier is a new team-based ranked system that allows players to create rosters and compete against each other in weekly matches. Now in open beta testing mode, this mode provides players an avenue into professional play for those interested.

Every week, teams will engage in two matches on pre-selected maps, and wins and losses count towards their Premier Score; this determines their eligibility to participate in the Playoff Tournament after the Open Beta period.

Teams can view their weekly match schedule in the Team Hub. Matches will be best of one and winning teams will earn an in-game banner and title at season’s end. A single-elimination Main tournament bracket will be used to determine a division champion while losing teams compete in a Consolation Bracket to determine third place – regardless of where they finish in either, qualifying teams will receive a Premier Score bonus to use against future opponents.

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Test Tournament

Riot Games has introduced Valorant Premier as a tournament mode to help teams progress toward pro status. Enrolled teams will compete in weekly matches, with only five qualifying for the playoff tournament. Teams earn points for wins and losses, and Riot will provide more details of its system in due course; currently, it serves as an open beta tournament.

Participants in the tournament will earn a participation banner and title while winning it will also garner them the more prestigious Champions title that comes with having come through and won all playoff rounds.


To be eligible for the tournament, players must enroll before April 28 and meet minimum requirements such as account verification and MMR. Once enrollment ends, enrolled outfits will be based on their top five players’ average MMR and will play two Premier matches weekly from their Team Hub queue; winners advance into the main bracket, and losing teams will drop into the consolation bracket.

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Finals

Moreover, On May 3rd, the VALORANT Premier Playoff Tournament finals will take place as a best-of-1 event, with the winner receiving a complimentary ONE Esports banner and title. Also, Players may participate in this System Test Tournament (or “Test Tournament”) free of charge without incurring a fee and with no negative impact on their Premier Score, W/L record, or eligibility for the Playoff Tournament at the end of the open beta phase.

Also, Riot Games recently unveiled Valorant Premier, their team-based competitive system. Premier aims to connect players directly to the VALORANT Champions Tour circuit through weekly tournaments played in-game and requires SMS verification and rank placement. Still, anyone with five player squad can participate in the beta. Moreover, Aspiring pros may use Valorant Premier to find Tier-2 or Tier-3 organizations as they search for sponsorship on their journey toward the champion Tour.

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