RE//LOAD x Valorant Event 2022 Complete Guide

The events of RE//LOAD x Valorant 2022 are coming to a finish. The Champions Tour Game Changer Championship LAN tournament in Berlin was the most recent sanctioned event. Since then, Valorant Champions Tour OFF/SEASON 2022 has hosted a number of third-party events, both LAN and online.

However, another event named RE//LOAD appears to be on the horizon for the gaming community. This appears to be a year-end tournament presented by Crown Channel and Riot Games, with streamers, content makers, and a few pro gamers fighting against each other.

RE//LOAD x Valorant Event 2022

RE//LOAD x Valorant Event 2022

RE//LOAD will feature four groups of five players each going up against one another. However, the games that will be played at the event are yet unclear. Even the players appear to be ignorant about the game option, despite the fact that the activities would be Valorant-related.

RE//LOAD x Valorant will be held on December 16 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. Crown Channel’s true Jerk and YouTube channels will communicate the event in real time.

Group Undercity, Group Retaliation, Group RGX, and Group Convention are the four contending groups, drove by xChocoBars, meL, bnans, and Starsmitten, respectively. The names of all the teams appear to be based on existing skin sets in the game. Jacki Jing and Ali ‘Fantasy’ Kabbani will have the event.

RE//LOAD x Valorant Event 2022 Teams

RE//LOAD x Valorant Event 2022

The following is a comprehensive list of teams:

Undercity’s Team

  • “xChocoBars” Janet Rose (captain)
  • Park, Peter
  • Higa, Ryan
  • “Shiphtur” Danny 
  • “Punz” Le Luke

Vengeance’s Team

  • “meL” Melanie Capone (captain)
  • Shymko Kyedae
  • Gurrarasi, Alexis
  • Alan “ethos” Jessica Kim Ruan

RGX Team

  • Kennedy, Hannah “bnans” (captain)
  • Lindsey “LuluLovely”
  • Timothy “iiTzTimmy”
  • Michael “shroud” Ortiz 
  • Justin “Just9n” Ortiz Grzesiek

Protocol Team

  • “Starstruck” Celine Cheung (captain) (captain)
  • “BoxBox” Albert “Stewie2k” Zheng 
  • Zheng “AverageJonas” Yip
  •  Jonas Kimi “AngelsKimi” 
  • Park of Navarre

Based on social media footage, RE//LOAD appears to be promising. Crown Channel recently conducted a surprise activity in which they mailed a Mystery Box to all RE//LOAD event attendees.

RE//LOAD x Valorant Event 2022 more details

The Mystery Boxes were shaped like gaming crates and contained noise-canceling headphones as well as RE//LOAD x Valorant items like hats, sweatshirts, and mousepads. It also has Spike and Melee skins like the RGX 2.0 Butterfly Knife and Glitch Hop Knife copies. Finally, there was a wax seal letter the Crown addressed to the participants.

  • You’ve been selected to participate in RE//LOAD
  • An exclusive end-of-year valorous celebration.
  • You will be put to the test and challenged.
  • So be ready to have an IRL Valorant experience.
  • You have buddies waiting in line.

RE//LOAD has piqued the interest of the Valorant community, and it will be interesting to observe how the event evolves and how its players compare to one another. The whole event in Atlanta, Georgia, will be streamed live online. Followers may watch the action live on the RE//LOAD x Valorant Twitch channel.

Amazon has been a consistent accomplice for in-game enactments, Jerk drops, and different events all through Uproar Games’ down library. The decision to stage another event in Valorant, with live music and other product releases alongside Crown Channel, was decided fast and without hesitation, according to Riot’s Sr. Director of Brand Marketing Nikki Lewis.

“Valorant lives at the intersection of competitive gaming and emerging music, so collaborating with Amazon’s Crown Channel to throw an in-person event like RE//LOAD that included both a gaming event starring some of Valorant’s fan-favorite streamers and a music event starring rising artists like Mike Dimes, Jae Park, and Dabin was a no-brainer,” she concluded.

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