Teams are gradually learning that they have been invited into a collaboration with Riot Games to compete in one of three international VALORANT competitions next year.
The league will get off next February with a kick-off competition. This event will pit 30 partnered teams from around the world against each other in So Paulo, Brazil.
However, paired teams are anticipated to be unveiled later this week, with more information expected as the day progresses.
There are ten seats available in the EMEA area, where some of the top teams in the globe and former Masters champions will compete.
The collaboration league has accepted KOI and Karmine Corp, according to a Blix.gg story from September 19. There would then be eight open berths in the league.
Additionally, according to Blix.gg, the collaboration league has accepted Fnatic, Vitality, Natus Vincere, Heretics, BBL Esports, and Giants.
According to sources close to Dot Esports and as reported by Blix.gg, Team Liquid has been approved into the EMEA competition.
Over the following few hours, news from the Americas will slowly start to trickle in. Teams like OpTic Gaming, who finished second in the most recent Champions, are vying for a spot in the league the next season.
Due to time zone differences, teams from the United States will probably receive information a few hours after EMEA.
Sentinels, NRG, and Cloud9 have signed partnerships with Riot Games, according to today’s Dot Esports article.
Teams like Paper Rex and DRX VS are vying for a spot, and there are a number of major corporations in Asia competing for those spots.
Teams will be informed of their status later today and throughout the rest of the week.