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Riot Games Southeast Asia Celebrates Valorant Esports' First Year with Custom Champions Artwork

In celebration of Valorant esports' successful first year, Riot Games Southeast Asia announced a collaboration with renowned Singaporean visual artist, Sam Lo for 3 pieces of exclusive custom-designed artwork, "each reflecting the essence" of the top three Southeast Asia teams: X10, Team Secret, and Full Sense.

The Valorant Champions tournament in Berlin has concluded after the inaugural VCT season, seeing the top 16 teams around the world battling for the championship title. X10, Team Secret, and Full Sense have represented the Southeast Asia region.


Despite being launched just over a year ago, Valorant has become one of the most popular FPS games with an average of more than 14 million PC players logging in to the game every month. The VCT 2021 in Southeast Asia has concluded with 1200 teams participating across the region with more than 6500 players registered.


Fans can join the Fanart of Greatness campaign by submitting creative fanart entries and stand a chance to win a copy of Lo's exclusive artwork. The contest is open from now until 31 December. The top 10 fans of each team will stand a chance to win a signed copy of the artwork by members of X10, Team Secret, or Full Sense. 20 lucky runner-ups will be selected to win a Valorant Birthday Bash mousepad.

Sam Lo is a visual artist based in Singapore, whose work explores different themes across various mediums from spray-painted murals to hand-sculpted sculptures. His notable works include designing Nike's first Southeast Asian flagship store at Jewel Changi Airport and murals at the Singapore Art Museum.




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