ESE and Riot launch Valorant’s sports league in 20 European countries, including the Czech Republic


ESE Entertainment is organizing the first year of the sports competition under the auspices of its production company Frenzy Valuing Regional League. Frenzy will actively work with Riot Games to create and develop a new ecosystem of sports in Valorantu.

Frenzy will organize competitions for 20 countries in Europe and the Middle East: Israel, Greece, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia, Cyprus and Romania.

The competition will be called VRL East Surge. The organizers chose “Others, but united” as the main motto of the league, which should reflect the uniqueness of each invited country. The visual identity is toned in green and turquoise.

For the purposes of the competition, the organizer of Frenzy built a completely new studio in Warsaw. Frenzy will provide Polish commentary, while Greek, Czech, Hungarian and Romanian commentaries will be provided by partners from selected companies. The winners of the first season of VRL East: Surge will then compete in global qualifiers Valuing Champions Tour. The winners of the second split will qualify for the VRL EMEA finals.

6 qualifying tournaments:

January 24-30

Regular season schedule:

Week 1: Day 1: February 16, Day 2: February 17

Week 2: Day 1: February 23, Day 2: February 24

Week 3: Day 1: March 2, Day 2: March 3

Week 4: Day 1: March 9, Day 2: March 10

Rozpis play-off:

Round 1: 2 x Best of March 3 – 16

Round 2: 2 x Best of March 3 – 17

Losers Final: Best of 3 – March 19

Grand Final: Best of March 5 – 20


Source: Games by www.profigamers.cz.

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