Esports Fight Club (EFC), a Verasity company, has just announced their partnership with the Valorant Champions Tour 2021 (VCT) by Riot Games. In collaboration with official licensed operators in Southeast Asia - The Gaming Company (TGC) for Malaysia and Singapore, Mineski Global for the Philippines, ESL Asia for Thailand, and 1UP Gaming for Indonesia - EFC will become the official esports platform in the Southeast Asian region.
“This partnership is an exciting step forward for gaming. We have many natural synergies across this partnership with VCT and together we can springboard gaming in terms of technology and adoption. We are really excited to be part of VCT in Southeast Asia and Esports Fight Club is focused on providing the ultimate engagement experience through rewards and Proof of View.”
- RJ Mark, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Esports Fight Club and Verasity
Alongside the region's organisers, EFC will be rolling out the full execution of VCT in Southeast Asia, including tournament management, content, and broadcasting. They will also be leveraging a patented technology known as "Proof of View" to eliminate viewership fraud via bots and other non-human traffic.
VCT is Riot Games' first global competitive tournament for Valorant, comprising a regional series known as Valorant Challengers, a global series known as Valorant Masters, and finally the global championship known as Valorant Champions.
Registration for Stage 3 of Valorant Challengers in Southeast Asia will open in early July. For updates, you may stay tuned to the following pages:
Malaysia and Singapore: https://www.facebook.com/valorant.esports.mysg