Rix.GG, a top UK esports organisation, announces it will host a grassroots tournament, called the “Rix.GG VALORANT Open – March”.
The Rix.GG VALORANT Open – March will take place on the 3rd – 4th April from 12:00 PM GMT to 22:00 PM GMT on Saturday. The event on Sunday will run a little shorter from 12:00 PM GMT to 21:00 PM GMT.
The competition will feature up to 32 teams in total from across the UK and select countries in the EU, in a 5v5, single-elimination bracket best of 3 (Bo3). Winners from the bracket will advance to the Grand Finals which will be a best of 5 (Bo5) with a chance to take home the first prize.
The Rix.GG March Open prize pool is £2000.00 GBP total, where the winners of the event will receive £1000.00 GBP, 2nd place £500.00 GBP and 3rd & 4th place will be awarded £250.00 GBP.
The casters for this event will be Ryan “ReTr00” Bernard, Neo “Ne0kai” Caine, and Pavlos ‘ExWarrior’ Georgiou. ReTr00 and Ne0kai have previously worked with Rix.GG on RixGG Kick-Off Community Tournament.
Overseeing the tournament will be Tournament and Events Manager, Umar ‘Maru’ Aswat. The production team will consist of Producer Luke ‘xilv’ Davis and Observer Jason ‘Salty_Jayy’ Batzofin with the support of tournament admin Anna Møller.
Teams interested in participating can sign up using our form. Only the first 32 eligible teams will be allowed to participate.
Country restrictions are in line with regional guidelines set by VALORANT and Riot Games tournament licenses. For the purpose of this tournament, teams must have the majority of their players be from the UK, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, or South Africa.
First Prize: £1000.00 GBP
Second Prize: £500.00 GBP
Third and Fourth Prize: £250.00 GBP
Date: 3 April 2021
Time: 12:00 PM – 22:00 PM GMT
Date: 4 April 2021
Time: 12:00 PM – 21:00 PM GMT
Main Broadcast: RixGG_TV
Bracket: Single Elimination Best of 3 Bracket with a Best of 5 Final
Eligible Countries: UK, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, or South Africa
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This tournament is not endorsed or supported by Riot Games.