A Friday tweet from VALORANT Esports revealed that the VCT Game Changers documentary ‘Changing the Game’ will premiere on March 20 at 11 PM SGT.
The release of a VCT Game Changers documentary called ‘Changing the Game’ has been announced by Riot Games. This documentary will be available on YouTube at 11 PM SGT (UTC +8) on March 20. The trailer for the said documentary was released on March 17, showcasing voice communications and behind-the-scenes clips of various players and casters during the 2022 VCT Game Changers Championship. The full documentary will be accessible on YouTube at the scheduled date and time.
VALORANT Esports released this statement: “Eight fearless teams. One global stage. A groundbreaking tournament that changed the face of esports. Introducing Changing The Game: A VCT Documentary, recounting the journey of the best women and marginalized gender teams as they competed in the first-ever 2022 VCT Game Changers Championship.”
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Check out the trailer above and watch the full release of ‘Changing the Game’ on March 20 at 11 PM SGT.
Introduced in 2021, VCT Game Changers is an initiative with the aim of promoting and supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion within esports through VALORANT. This initiative seeks to create opportunities for underrepresented groups in esports by providing them with resources, exposure, and mentorship.
VCT Game Changers is a significant step towards creating a more inclusive and welcoming environment in the esports industry, one that reflects the diversity of its player base and promotes fair and equal opportunities for all. By empowering underrepresented groups and providing them with the tools and resources necessary to succeed, VCT Game Changers is helping to break down barriers and create a more equitable future for VALORANT Esports.
To conclude the 2022 season, the inaugural VCT Game Changers Championship was held in Berlin, Germany, with eight teams participating in the US$500,000 event, where G2 Gozen emerged as the champions. Esports Charts stated the tournament was the most watched female tournament in 2022, with 5.4M hours watched. During the Grand Final match between G2 Gozen and Shopify Rebellion GC, VCT Game Changers had a peak viewership of 239,334, with an average concurrent viewership of over 100,000.
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