The Storm Circuit will stop at the Granada Gaming Tournament

The Storm Circuit will stop at the Granada Gaming Tournament

The next stage of storm circuitthe spanish amateur contest of Riot Gameswill be in Andalusian territory in el Granada Game Tournament. This event will take place next month, more precisely on April 22 and 23, at the Fermasa site in Granada.

This competition will feature two League of Legends and Valorant tournaments, both in the Tier 1 category. A total prize of 4,500 euros will be shared between the two competitions, in addition to obtaining a large number of points for the general classification of the Storm Circuit . . It will also host an online-only tournament on April 8-9.

To qualify, teams must participate in the online phase of the Granada Gaming Tournament. The first phase intended for Valorant will then begin March 24 to March 26. Then, from March 31 to April 2, the online phase of League of Legends will open. Eight teams from each title will emerge from this first phase, although the top two from each will get a bye to the head-to-head edition in Granada.

The head-to-head phase will have a qualifier and a grand final of both titles on April 22 and 23. The qualification with a limit of 16 teams will take place on the first day and the two finalist teams will be obtained, both from LoL and from Valorant.

The Grand Final will take place on April 23 and in it, the two teams classified in the online phase and the two winners of the qualifying head-to-head will face off in BO3 format (best of three) until ‘a single winning team is obtained. The prize to be distributed is €4,500 between the two titles, divided into 1,500 euros (first place) and 750 euros (second place).

He exclusively online tournament will take place during the days April 8 and 9. Four teams will emerge who will compete in the final phase. The goal of this competition is to earn points for the general classification of the Storm Circuit. To enter one of the options, visit the contest website.

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