Dignitas and Verizon announce $50,000 VCT Game Changers tournament

Dignitas and Verizon announce $50,000 VCT Game Changers tournament

Gabriel Ionica

5/5/2021, 9:55:28 PM

Team Dignitas announced their second event of the VCT Game Changers program with the all-female Verizon VCT Game Changers NA tournament. The tournament will be sponsored by Verizon and hosted by Nerd St. Gamers. The first VCT Game Changers event took place back in March and saw Cloud9 White take first place.

The Full Details

The tournament will host North America’s top female teams with a prize pool of $50,000. In addition to the cash prize, the winners will also receive a physical prize package exclusive to the tournament’s winners. The 32-team qualifier will take place on June 19 and 20 with the top 8 teams earning a spot in the main event from June 24 to June 27. Teams must be part of the GALORANTs Discord servers to participate. Registration closes on June 12 or as soon as the 32 team cap is reached.

The main event will be broadcast on Dignitas’s main Twitch channel with select qualifier matches being broadcast on the Nerd St. Gamers Twitch channel. Dignitas VALORANT influencers starsmitten, artStar, Herculsye, and sapphiRe will co-stream the tournament on their personal Twitch streams and reward their viewers with giveaways. Interestingly, other Twitch streamers can apply to co-stream the event if they so desire. Furthermore, the co-streamers will receive gifted Twitch subscriptions and Twitch Bits throughout the event.

Dignitas has their own female Valorant team, led by Emmalee “EMUHLEET” Garrido who is also a part of their CS:GO team. The girls recently parted ways with Kiara “milk” Makua, knocking them down to four players. They placed fourth at the first VCT Game Changers event, taking home $5,000.

Full instructions and information are available on the tournament’s landing page. As always, follow us at Run it Back and join our Discord for all your latest news, extensive guides, and exclusive interviews in the world of Valorant.


Gabriel Ionica

Not-yet-famous esports writer. Started out with CS:GO but now I write about Valorant too. Check out my article backlog on Twitter!