All eyes are on the VCT Pacific Last Chance Qualifier as we head toward the last window of opportunity for teams to carve out a spot for themselves at VALORANT Champions LA.
SOUTH KOREA — All VCT Pacific Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) games will be broadcasted live on various major platforms such as YouTube and Twitch. For the English broadcast, the official VCT Pacific channel will be streaming the matches live. Make sure you don’t miss out on all the action starting July 18-23.
The LCQ will also be accessible through secondary streams, which will offer multiple language broadcasts. This provides a unique opportunity for fans of the popular first-person shooter game to witness high-level competitive play and follow the action in their preferred language. Among the secondary streams, Tagalog, Thai, Bahasa Indonesia, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Korean, Hindi, and Japanese are available to watch.
The tournament will also feature streamers hosting watch parties in addition to providing on-the-spot commentary from their point of view, taking a unique approach to game broadcasting.
Official VALORANT has confirmed the official co-streamers list for the event, listing a variety of renowned streamers from all over APAC. Nattawat “SuperBusS” Yoosawat, Teppei “ade” Kuno, DRX’s Kang “YuRiHaNa” Jin-joo, “Amara”, Andi “Sleepy” Bangsawan, Ngô “crazyguy” Công Anh, and Shobith “TbOne” Rai are among the group of co-streamers for Pacific LCQ.
Furthermore, many of the teams participating in the tournament will also be hosting live watch parties in their home base. This will allow fans to connect with other enthusiasts in a shared space, adding to the already exciting atmosphere of the event. To find out more about these watch parties, be sure to follow the teams on their respective social media platforms.
The official VCT Pacific LCQ streams can be found below:
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