VCT CN will provide co-streaming permissions to the public since there won’t be an official English broadcast.
CHINA – The fourth international VALORANT league, the VCT CN League, is set to debut in the upcoming KICKOFF event from February 22 to March 2, with two VALORANT Masters Madrid berths at stake. However, it has been officially confirmed that there won’t be an English broadcast for the league to better cater to the non-Chinese audience.
VALORANT Esports CN officials have announced that they are granting permission for the public to re-stream or co-stream the league matches and organize their own watch parties.
Co-streaming is a way that lets you air another broadcast on your channel while you provide unique commentary on the action. While the officials will not be able to provide a clean feed, they welcome those interested in creating content around VCT CN freely without needing permission, as long as you adhere to Riot’s rules and the watch party guidelines of your region.
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Although the officials haven’t provided detailed rules, the general guidelines emphasize compliance with Riot’s legal jibber jabber and the terms of service of the hosting platform during watch parties. Co-streamers are expected to moderate their own chat, refrain from blocking advertisements on the official stream, avoid using vulgar, threatening, or disparaging language, and adhere to laws regarding featuring minors as guests or talent based on the streamer’s country of residence.
For additional details, you can reach out to the KOL/Influencer Manager in your respective region as well, as the VCT CN officials will also be collecting all co-stream requests from the Americas, EMEA, and Pacific regions.
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