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HP Valorant Campus Quest by Nodwin Gaming; Tournament Format, Prize Pool, And More

Priyanshu Tiwari   |  July 24th, 2023, 13:24  |  3 min read

With another successful run of the Valorant Champions Tour in 2023, Valorant is a booming esports title at both, regional and international levels. As Valorant is a free-to-play game and is accessible to almost everyone, inter-college Valorant tournaments have started taking place. 

 

To encourage esports among college students, Nodwin Gaming has partnered with HP Omen to bring the Valorant Campus Quest. Here, teams from several colleges across India will duke it out to crown themselves as champions of the Valorant Campus Quest and grab a massive chunk from Rs. 5 Lakh prize pool.

 

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HP Valorant Campus Quest by Nodwin Gaming: Tournament Format and Prize Pool

Colleges across 18 cities in India will participate in the Valorant Campus Quest. Thirty-two teams from each college can participate in the College Online Qualifiers and the slot will be on a First-Come-First-Serve basis. These teams will fight in a single-elimination bracket system and all the matches will be best-of-one games, barring the semi-finals and finals, which will follow a best-of-three format.

 

Only six colleges can participate from each city, and the top teams from each college will go against each other in City Online Qualifiers in a single-elimination bracket system. The winner will advance to the Inter-City Online Qualifiers. In the Inter-City Online Qualifiers, 18 teams will compete, one from each city. These 18 teams will fight in a best-of-one, single-elimination bracket system. The top four teams from the Inter-City Online Qualifiers will advance to OMEN Playground to play the LAN Finals. The LAN Finals will follow a best-of-three single-elimination bracket system.

 

Nodwin Gaming will be organizing the Valorant Campus Quest and the winner of the LAN Finals will receive Rs 2.5 Lakh in prize money while the runners-up will get Rs. 1.5 Lakh. The second and third runners-up will receive Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 30,000 cash prizes.

 

Since the slots are limited and are handed out on a first-come-first-serve basis, interested teams can register on OMEN Playground's official website and start practicing for the HP Valorant Campus Quest right away. 

 

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