ESL Community Clash features Valorant esports and US$10,000 prize pool
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ESL Community Clash features Valorant esports and US$10,000 prize pool

Sep 22, 2020 Bryan "soupykambing" Terng  

Here’s another Valorant esports tournament by ESL that Southeast Asian fans can either watch or join as a posse – the ESL Community Clash, presented by Intel.

The regional competition is an online Valorant community series that will take place in October and November, with two monthly finals in total that conclude each month. Here are the match dates you need to know:

October

Qualifier #1: 10 October
Qualifier #2: 17 October
Finals: 24 and 25 October

November

Each finals will adopt the double-elimination bracket, with eight teams battling for the top four spots to advance to the finals. If they fail to make it to the finals in October, they can try again in November but they have to go through the open qualifiers once more.

Qualifier #1: 7 November
Qualifier #2: 14 November
Finals: 21 and 22 November

The entirety of the ESL Community Clash will conclude with a Grand Finals from 27 – 29 November, where the top eight teams will finally battle it out in a double-elimination playoffs for the US$10,000 prize pool, as well as bragging rights as the best Southeast Asian Valorant team.

The tournament is open to anyone in Southeast Asia, except Vietnam, and interested parties can sign up for the qualifiers here.

The ESL Community Clash Grand Finals will be broadcast live on ESL Asiaโ€™s Twitch, Facebook & YouTube

In other related news, ESL will be hosting the National Open Series, a round of community cups for Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam & Malaysia/Singapore over the next three months. Each month comprises four weekly cups, and a monthly finals where teams can vie for the SG$500 prize pool each month per country. Each month will feature different game titles for every country, with more information on the ESL Play website.

For the latest updates, be sure to follow ESL Asia on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

About Bryan "soupykambing" Terng

An action adventure RPG lover, Bryan also likes playing and writing PUBG Mobile and COD: Mobile when he's away from his PS4 and Netflix. He also secretly hopes that Apex Legends esports will take off in SEA.

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