Valorant’s closed beta servers closed last week, however, the activity is as yet proceeding. New first-person shooting game by Riot is Live in many regions since June 2 now, yet fans didn’t hold up to that point to see Valorant gameplay and UI from their favorite professionals and content makers. Earlier, Valorant declared that they were “collaborating with serious FPS makers” to hold a worldwide Twitch Rivals competition. There will be a $200,000 prize pool that will split among each region taking part in the competition.

It’s additionally an open door for recently established Valorant teams to “consider themselves as a part of the pioneer worldwide Valorant champs.”

As indicated by Twitch’s Summer Game Fest official statement, the Valorant competition will highlight content makers from North America, Brazil, LATAM, Europe, Korea, and Japan. 

“After a record-breaking closed beta, Riot Game’s 5v5 character-based strategic shooter VALORANT is up and running since June 2. To observe, Twitch Rivals is working together with Riot to execute the principal set of competitive events for Valorant on its amazing opening end of the week,” Twitch announced.

The Valorant team said in a tweet, “This is going to be the biggest global VALORANT competition the world has seen so far. Looking forward to it.”

The preparation for Go-Live & the competition

The Valorant closed beta has just barely found some conclusion and the game has just been released a couple of days ago. While a major competition lingers around the corner, the Valorant group at Riot needed to likewise set aside the effort to take a gander at a portion of their achievements during the closed beta. 

“Valorant Closed Beta was an open door for us to realize what worked, what didn’t, and what you’d need from us to have the best experience playing Valorant. With your assistance, this is what we achieved over the most recent two months. On account of players around the globe to participate!” Valorant tweeted.

Bugs, cheaters & fixes

In their recent tweet, Valorant clarified that the closed beta analyzers and players are what helped them get ready for their June 2 launch. While there were 2,409 announced server crashes, Riot likewise perceived that immediate player reports helped them fix 383 bugs.

There were 12,54 bug fixes in general, including six fixes. The Valorant fix likewise flaunted Vanguard’s abilities, with more than 7,786 miscreants discovered attempting to “sneak go into Valorant.” The numbers indicated exactly how ground-breaking these equipment bans genuinely can be.

While some mainstream content makers, including Mike “cover” Grzesiek, have voiced worries that Valorant isn’t ready for the June launch date, Riot has consoled Valorant players that there will be extra changes made. These progressions will be point by point in fix notes upon the game’s official launch.