Riot Video games has introduced that it’ll host a Valorant event for the MENA area (Center East-North Africa) beginning in November. The event, Strike Arabia, is a two-staged event that can happen from Nov. 1 – 25. Logitech is the key sponsor of the occasion and has been named the official peripheral accomplice.
There will likely be three sub-regional occasions that can happen in GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) international locations, North Africa, Levant, and Egypt. The highest three groups in every area will qualify for the primary occasion, First Strike MENA, which takes place Dec. 3 – 6.
Competing within the GCC occasion will likely be groups from UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and Oman. The North Africa event will see groups from Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria compete, whereas groups from Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt may even take part within the Levant and Egypt event.
The Strike Arabia double-elimination matches will likely be streamed through Valorant Arabia’s Fb, YouTube, and Twitch channels from Sunday to Wednesday every week of the occasion.
The First Strike event follows an announcement made final week that Riot Video games could be including servers within the Center East and Arabic language help for Valorant.
First Strike MENA is one in a sequence of regional tournaments organized by Riot Video games around the globe, with every crowning the most effective workforce of their respective area. This sequence, identified formally as First Strike, will kick off the Valorant aggressive scene.