The first VALORANT tournament by WePlay! Esports ended on July 19, just a month after the release of the new game. Despite the fact that the esports world is just beginning to get acquainted with the game, the WePlay! VALORANT Invitational tournament got 689,945 hours of views.
Eight teams from Europe and the CIS competed in the tournament with a $50,000 prize pool. WePlay! Esports has traditionally done everything to make the viewers of the broadcast, in addition to enjoying their favorite teams play, could enjoy a bright esports show. Therefore, match statistics, replays and entertaining inserts were performed using AR (augmented reality) technology.
Such effects are always highly appreciated by fans, which is reflected, in particular, in viewing statistics. According to the analytical
We acknowledge that WePlay have repeatedly demonstrated their desire to raise the bar for the quality of esports content, and have taken a non-standard and creative approach to highlight tournaments. It is important for us that partners appreciate the audience of our players and try to provide them with the best spectator experience
We are glad that we organized and held a VALORANT tournament together with Riot Games. I am sure that the competition in this discipline will only grow. We will be happy to work on new projects together and provide a high-quality level of studio broadcasting, in order to continue giving bright emotions to our viewers
WePlay! VALORANT Invitational is the fourth successful WePlay! Esports online project after the start of the pandemic. Before that, the company held Dota 2