Valorant - Vct Franchising Format Explained: 30 Teams. Promotion. News

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All right, guys, touch back again today. I hope you're doing well and enjoying your day so far. Welcome back to Vanuatu News. There was a massive announcement yesterday by Rio Games as to the entire partnership structure of the VCT. Going forward, 10 teams per region to start with additional teams qualifying, Through the chandas region this is pretty much as perfect as it gets from a franchise structure.

We're going to dive into it all to then explain what this exactly means for the next several years of valorance competition. If you were new as always, I'd greatly I would appreciate it.

Vct partnership circuit

Let's jump straight into things. Of course, the initial discussion was that there was going to be big news with regard to the tier 2 scene because that has been the big question of the last few days.

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The idea is that when you franchise the league or when you partner up a league, as they're doing right now, with teams that effectively get chosen to be part of the league no matter how well or badly they do, that's not necessarily the case here, which is a big difference maker between this partnership league and other franchise leagues, as we'll see here in a second, but the idea is that generally the tier two scene can suffer a lot of organizations.

They would like to get involved in the top two tiers and try to get to the top. They can't do that because they don't have the capital. Or the league is restricted in that sense, so we were really hoping that the tier two scene wouldn't die. We've already seen many organizations. They leave and dip out and drop their teams to say, "Well look, we just can't really afford it." And that might still be true for some of them, but I'm sure some of these organizations are This will now return in due course.

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This is how it works, so this is the international league. These are the leagues that we've been talking about for the last several weeks; 10 teams per region. 10 teams in Europe There are 10 teams in the Americas and 10 teams in the Pacific region, but then there's the challenger side. This is tier 2 as it currently stands, but incredibly The change teams, the best of them from each region, can actually qualify for the international league and play with the teams that are officially partnered.

I think in the LT's it was about 10 million initially, and now it's probably a bit more than that, but you've got to pay to get in. Therefore, you can't really allow teams that haven't paid any money to qualify for your top tier circuits because, you know, obviously, it's kind of unfair on the teams that paid all the cash to get into that exclusive league.

However, in the VCT's case, it's not franchising. In that traditional sense, it's a partnership. Let's say the guard, for example. They don't qualify here or don't get chosen as a partner this time, but let's say they build a dominant challengers team, qualify for next season's professional circuit, and then do the right things.

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Yeah, the guys are doing a great job, and I don't know, cloud9 or some organization, that's actually who we chose to partner with that isn't really doing that great of a job. Maybe we'll drop them out of the league and bring in a bringing the guard full time, which is an option that riots have opened to them now because it's not like the organization just pays and they get the spots, it's the riot's prerogative as to which organizations to support.

So I think, honestly, it creates a much better structure for us as fans and also for the tier 2 scene to actually be able to qualify because this is not something I, to be honest, expected to see and it's pretty much the best thing I think realistically we could have hoped for, so this is the explanation that I came up with in the article, and this is the full graphic that describes the way things are going to be structured, so yes global events Once again, that's the top tier, that's the masters, that's the champions, the teams that qualify for that to come through the international leagues.

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We have 10 teams from each region, three new leagues, and the best teams from each of those leagues that qualify through, you know, land play potentially. in la or something for the North American league or whatever, just the American league, right because it's North America and Latin America and South America, the best teams after each split.

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I guess they will qualify for the masters events and then the best teams at the end of the year will qualify for champions, as it presently is, but those 10 teams in each region are going to be selected. And then you can feel the roster going forward. The awesome thing is that here they're actually bringing in an in-game competitive system like a new ranked play type thing where players can actually kind of prove that they're good enough to get into challenges, so I think they're working on that, but the main thing here is that changes will now cover more players in more countries and more regions, and the best teams from the open qualifiers and challenges will be able to get into the international leagues if they prove to be good enough.

So this is how the regions work. So yeah, they've got a lot of VRL's, effectively the regional leagues where teams can prove they're good enough and then potentially get into Challenger's Ascension, which is the next one up. So effectively, out of the 10 teams that are presently in the league for next season in each of the three different leagues across the world, there are going to be additional teams joining them through Challengers Ascension, so the best teams from Challengers every year will go to a Challengers Ascension tournament, one for a meal, one for America, one for the Pacific, and the winner of that tournament qualifies for next season's league.

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This is something which, of course, is completely unexpected from, you know, coming from a call of duty background. That's not how the CDL operates. You can't just qualify for the league; you've got to pay 25 million to get in. So this is the structure going forward, and first of all, I'm impressed here that riots are planned out till 2028 and potentially beyond.

So for this season or for next season, there's going to be 30 total teams at 10 per league, then the ascension champions from each region come through and they get brought up for 2024. So that makes 33 teams, and the teams that win at those ascension events, the challengers, get promoted for two seasons, so the organization that owns that team will be in there for two years, and then after they're in there for two years, they will effectively get demoted again because.

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