Valorant RE//LOAD: Where to Watch, Schedule, and More

Valorant RE/LOAD
15/12/2022 | Valorant RE//LOAD is on the verge of starting and the players are ready. | Credits: Crown Channel

Valorant’s 2022 occasions are coming to an end. The ultimate legit tournament used to be the LAN event of the Champions Tour Game Changer Championship, which was once held in Berlin. Ever since they’ve held more than one third-party tournament, each LAN and online beneath the banner of Valorant Champions Tour OFF//SEASON 2022.

However, every other event referred to as RE//LOAD looks to be making its way to the gaming neighborhood soon. This will be a year-end tournament hosted by way of Crown Channel and Riot Games and is anticipated to host streamers, content material creators, and a few seasoned gamers who will be competing against every other.

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Valorant’s RE//LOAD Event

RE//LOAD will function in 4 groups of five gamers each, all going head-to-head toward every other. However, it is nevertheless unknown what video games will be performed throughout the event. Even contributors show up clueless about the resolution of games, even though it is acknowledged that the things to do will be Valorant-related.

RE//LOAD will take vicinity on December 16, 10 am PT/1 pm ET. The match will be streamed on Crown Channel’s respectable Twitch and YouTube channels. The 4 groups competing encompass Team Undercity, Team Vengeance, Team RGX, and Team Protocol, led through xChocoBars, meL, bnans, and Starsmitten respectively. All the group names appear to be primarily based on current pores and skin collections in the game. The tournament will be hosted using Jacki Jing and Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani.

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The entire listing of groups is given beneath :

Team Undercity

  • Janet “xChocoBars” Rose (captain)
  • Peter Park
  • Ryan Higa
  • Danny “Shiphtur” Le
  • Luke “Punz”

Team Vengeance

  • Melanie “meL” Capone (captain)
  • Kyedae Shymko
  • Alexis Gurrarasi
  • Jessica Kim
  • Alan “ethos” Ruan

RGX Team

  • Hannah “bnans” Kennedy (captain)
  • Timothy “iiTzTimmy” An
  • Lindsey “LuluLovely”
  • Justin “Just9n” Ortiz
  • Michale “shroud” Grzesiek

Team Protocol

  • Celine “Starsmitten” Cheung (captain)
  • Albert “BoxBox” Zheng
  • Jacky “Stewie2k” Yip
  • Jonas “AverageJonas” Navarsete
  • Kimi “AngelsKimi” Park

So far, RE//LOAD appears promising primarily based on movies posted on social media. Recently, Crown Channel additionally carried out a shock endeavor whereby they shipped a Mystery Box to all members of the RE//LOAD event.

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The Mystery Boxes had been in the structure of crates from the game, and the interior have been noise-canceling headphones, alongside RE//LOAD merchandise consisting of caps, hoodies, and mousepads. It additionally had replicas of Spike and some Melee skins such as the RGX 2.0 Butterfly Knife, and Glitchpop Knife.

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Anish Prasad
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