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FaZe Clan announce next Valorant Ignition Series tournament

FaZe Clan announce next Valorant Ignition Series tournament

Joey Carr

7/28/2020, 4:57:54 PM


A new Valorant Ignition Series tournament has been announced and this is perhaps the biggest one yet. Hosted by internationally popular gaming organization FaZe Clan, the event takes place from Aug. 6-9 and features a $50,000 prize pool. In the tournament are 16 total teams, with 11 invited squads, FaZe’s Valorant roster, and four other Qualifier teams. You can check out more details on the upcoming event down below.

The FaZe Clan Valorant Invitational

Announced earlier this afternoon, the FaZe Clan Valorant Invitational is the newest iteration in the Ignition Series. Riot Games partners with various gaming organizations to throw a multiple-day tournament for some of the best Valorant rosters in the world.

FaZe Clan is the latest organization to host an Ignition Series event and with how popular the organization is, this should be a huge tournament. Here’s a quick blurb from FaZe’s official announcement regarding the event:

In addition to big name streamers and competitive gamers, the event will feature exciting new, upcoming talent competing for a chance to make a name for themselves in the new title and win $50,000 cash.

As previously stated, the event will feature 16 total teams. The seeding of the invited teams will be based on previous tournament placements while the seeding for the Qualifier teams will be random among the four pools.

The last bit of known information we have is how the prizing will break down:

  • 1st: $25,000
  • 2nd: $15,000
  • 3rd: $7,500
  • 4th: $2,500

The bracket for the event should become available within the coming days. Teams hoping to qualify for the tournament can register on the Nerd St. Gamers website.

Run It Back will have everything you need to know for the FaZe Clan Valorant Invitational, so stay tuned for updates!


7/28/2020

Joey Carr

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.