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HyperX & Riot Games Continues Partnership For VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT)

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HyperX, the gaming peripherals team at HP Inc. and brand leader in gaming and esports, and Riot Games today announced a multi-year partnership extension for the VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT). First established as a VCT founding partner in 2021, HyperX remains the official partner for gaming keyboard, mice, and mouse pads for one of the world’s fastest-growing esports.

HyperX & Riot Games VCT Partnership Details

As part of the partnership, Riot will continue to source HyperX award-winning gaming products for all VCT global events including:

  • The inaugural VCT LOCK//IN tournament, which just concluded with FNATIC taking the title and securing an extra slot for the VCT EMEA region at Champions 2023
  • VCT Masters, coming in June to Tokyo, Japan, home to one of the sport’s most passionate and fastest-growing communities
  • VCT Champions, the culminating event of the season where the first world champion of the new VCT will be crowned
  • VALORANT Game Changers Championship, the pinnacle event for Riot’s groundbreaking initiative celebrating the top women’s pro teams around the world

2023 marks a new era for VCT as the sport debuts a new league model and competitive ecosystem consisting of three international leagues – VCT Americas, VCT EMEA, and VCT Pacific – that are home to 30 teams, plus 20+ Challenger leagues with hundreds of teams all around the world.

Since its 2020 launch, VALORANT has remained one of the fastest growing games in the world with the 2022 VCT Champions Grand Final attracting a record-setting 1.5 million peak viewers and an average minute audience of 1.25 million, +34% growth over the previous year.

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Player of video games since the tender age of 3. Still wonders why his dad allowed him to play Doom during those times. Currently working for a gaming company and spends time painting Warhammer 40k minis to relax.
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