The VALORANT competition, hosted as part of the 32nd Southeast Asian Games, will feature six countries fighting for medals and national pride.
CAMBODIA – The VALORANT competition at the 32nd Southeast Asian Games will kick off today in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with six teams in attendance from May 8-10. Overall, the Southeast Asian Games are crucial for the region’s nations since they provide athletes a stage to showcase their skills while also fostering a sense of national pride and unity among their people.
With the introduction of VALORANT as a competition this year, the Games cater not just to conventional sports but also to the quickly developing esports industry, bringing in a new generation of competitors and viewers while highlighting the dynamic character of modern competition.
The schedule for the SEA Games VALORANT competition is as follows (time in GMT+7):
During the group stage of the tournament, a total of six teams will engage in a single round-robin format, competing in best-of-one matches. The primary objective for each team is to secure one of the four highly coveted playoff spots.
On the tournament’s initial day, the matches will commence at 1 PM SGT and continue until approximately 10 PM, encompassing the entire set of matches for the day. The subsequent day will witness a slight shift in schedule, with matches commencing later in the day, specifically between 5 PM and 9 PM.
Following the conclusion of the group stage, the top four teams will advance to the playoffs, which will be held on the final day, Wednesday, May 10. This stage will showcase a thrilling single-elimination bracket format, featuring two semi-final matches, a third-place decider, and ultimately culminating in an exciting grand final.
Full rosters for each team, including the substitutes and coaches, can be found here.
All matches will be streamed in multiple languages, with the following on-air broadcast talent taking you through the live action:
- Monica “Momochan” Mariska
- Muhammad “Realize” Faiz Heriadi
- Jamal “Jamalismcast” Hasbi
- Bùi “Linh Nắng” Phương Linh
- Nguyễn “Trọng Linh” Trọng Linh
- Ngô “BAPJ” Quốc Hoàn
- Nguyễn “Huy Lova” Giang Huy
- Nguyễn “Lynx” Duy Anh
- Nguyễn “Sinh Toxic” Lương Sinh
- Đào “Tomy” Trọng Lê Tomy
- Nguyễn “Duy Đức” Duy Đức
- Đinh “Hana” Sơn Tùng
- Albert “Frostmisty” Giovanni
- Lukas “Kocul” Yanto
- Zabiella “Euka” Ruth
- Bella “Heartfire” Victoria
- Muhammad Fahmi “Kornet” Maulana
- Manamo “Ger” Alexander
- Antonius “Son” Wilson
- Rere “Bredel” Bintoro
- Daffa “Daveee” Rizky
- Phakpeach “Annie” Vutha
- HuyMeng “MengoFlamengo” Heng
- Nathaniel “Natsu” Lun
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Cover photo courtesy of CNA