All eyes are on VCT Game Changers Championship, as we head towards the final chance for eight of the world’s best Game Changers teams to make a bold statement this year. Make sure that you don’t miss out on all the action starting November 15-20.
GERMANY — VCT Game Changers Championship will be aired live on all major platforms, including YouTube and Twitch. For YouTube, the games will be officially streamed on the VALORANT Champions Tour channel. On Twitch, the games will be streamed live on the official VALORANT Esports channel. Multiple language broadcasts will also be accessible via VALORANT Esports’ official stream partners.
Among the secondary streams, Tagalog, Thai, Bahasa Indonesia, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Korean, and Japanese are available to watch.
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The tournament will also feature streamers hosting watch parties in addition to providing on-the-spot commentary from their own point of view, taking a unique approach to game broadcasting.
Official VALORANT has confirmed the official co-streamers list for the event. Tarik “tarik” Celik (EN) AverageJonas (EN), Sean “sgares” Gares (EN), Nattawat “SuperBusS” Yoosawat (TH), and Violet “vkimm” (EN) are among the group of co-streamers for VCT Game Changers Championship 2022. They will host watch parties in addition to providing on-the-spot commentary from their own point of view, taking a unique approach to game broadcasting.
Meanwhile, Guild Esports (EMEA), KRU Esports (LATAM), REIGNITE Esports (Japan), and Leviathan (LATAM) will be hosting their own watch parties. Make sure to follow them on their relevant social media platforms to learn more about the details. The full list is listed below:
The official VALORANT streams can be found below:
- twitch.tv/valorant_kr (Korean)
- twitch.tv/valorant_jpn (Japanese)
- twitch.tv/agentsrange_it (Italy)
- twitch.tv/agentsrange (German)
- twitch.tv/valorant_arabia (Arabia)
- Arabic YouTube
- Turkish YouTube
- Korean YouTube
- Korean AfreecaTV
- Japanese YouTube
- Russian YouTube
Games will begin at 10:00 PM SGT (UTC+8) with Cloud9 White facing off against KRU Esports and G2 Gozen against X10 Sapphire subsequently.
- Tuesday, Nov. 15 – 22:00 SGT
- Wednesday, Nov. 16 – 22:00 SGT
- Thursday, Nov. 17 – 00:00 SGT
- Friday, Nov. 18 – 22:00 SGT
- Saturday, Nov. 19 – 00:00 SGT // Lower Semifinals & Lower Finals
- Sunday, Nov. 20 – 00:00 SGT Grand Final
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