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Guide to Riot Games’ Convergence VALORANT Event

Guide to Riot Games’ Convergence VALORANT Event

A Comprehensive Guide to the Teams Competing in Riot Games’ Convergence VALORANT Event

The world of esports is about to witness a groundbreaking event as Riot Games collaborates with The Esports Club to host its first ever international VALORANT tournament in India. Set to take place from December 14th to 17th at the Manpho Convention Center in Bangalore, the Riot Games’ Convergence tournament will see a clash between top VALORANT teams from multiple regions, including two Indian contenders. As an esports journalist, I will be offering a comprehensive guide to the teams competing in this tournament, analyzing their recent performances, key players, strengths, weaknesses, and winning strategies. Finally, I will be offering my own predictions for the winner of the tournament.

Overview and Tournament Structure

Convergence brings together top VALORANT teams from multiple regions, including two Indian contenders: Global Esports and True Rippers Esports. Alongside them are participants representing Asia, Europe, and the Americas from Riot’s VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT). With this international line-up, Convergence promises to be the ultimate showcase of professional VALORANT esports and a major boost for the Indian VALORANT circuit. The tournament will follow a double-elimination format, with teams competing in a series of best-of-three matches.

Participating Teams

Global Esports

Originating from Mumbai, Global Esports is a favorite to emerge victorious on their home turf. Abhirup Paul ‘Lightningfast’ Choudhury is a key player in the line-up. The squad will bank on its home advantage and its recent performance, improving their skills to outwit opponents.

FUT Esports

The Turkish team, adept at taking opponents by surprise, has an unpredictable playstyle that keeps enemies guessing. FUT is a strong contender for the title and could prove to be a potential dark horse in the competition.


This Brazilian team has honed its skills in one of the world’s most competitive FPS gaming regions. Boasting precision and aggression, Furia is not to be taken lightly as they look to steamroll their adversaries in the tournament.

Team Vitality

Team Vitality implements strategic plays with precision, securing them a respectable position in the 2023 Valorant Champions Tour. Eager to prove their worth, the European team will attempt to clinch the title in the Convergence event.

Gen.G Esports

Gen.G Esports is a massive North American/Korean organization that fields an all-Korean squad known for their explosive plays and clutch moments. Their strong performance can take down the best of their competition.

Team Statistics and Match Records

global esports stats and results
_localPrevResult: 1st_place_VALORANT_Magnyans_Challenge

FUT esports stats and results
_prevWinturkTournament: 2nd_place_AimCup2023

Furia stats and results
_FuriaVCTconsist: varies_from_top_4_&_championship

Team Vitality stats and results
_ValorantTourResult: 5-6th_2023_EMEA_League

GenG esports stats and results
_RegionalVCTResults: top_3_cases_of_Valorant_Champions_Tour

Given each squad’s unique strengths and weaknesses, the upcoming tournament promises an engaging and unpredictable series of matches. However, with home advantage and recent history, Global Esports is my top pick for the Convergence event winner. Their proven track record, along with the home crowd’s support, gives them a slight edge over

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