Sep 13, 2022
Series 1 broke records in terms of signups, and saw G2 Gozen take the crown once again, carrying their winning streak into 2022. Hot on their heels were GUILD X and TENSTAR Nova, then an unsigned team, proving that Game Changers truly is anyone’s game.
Series 2 saw G2 steamroll their opponents to take the win, bringing their streak up to three victories in a row. The tournament also made it onto the main broadcast as a result of Series 1’s popularity, giving VALORANT’s women a platform few other esports have.
Can G2 Gozen continue their winning streak? Or will a dark horse rise and topple Berlin’s titans? Here’s how you can tune in to watch VALORANT Game Changers Series 3, as well as all the dates and format info you’ll need.
Game Changers Series 3: Dates & format
Game Changers Series 3 will run from September 19 to October 2, and is split into four main sections. Streams will begin at 5 PM CEST, with the games themselves beginning at 6 PM CEST.
- September 19-20: Qualifier (Swiss round format) - Over 100 teams will duke it out for their place in the upper echelon.
- September 26-28: Double elimination brackets: 32 teams emerge from the qualifier, but only one can win.
- September 29-30: Playoffs bracket - The top eight teams will try to cement their place in the finals, with two dropping on the 29, followed by another two on the 30
- October 1-2: Finals weekend - The top three teams are determined, then the top two will battle it out for the crown.
The winner will move onto the Game Changers World Tournament, alongside the team with the highest circuit points. There are two EMEA slots up for grabs, so expect it to be a wild ride.
How to watch Game Changers Series 3
During the Qualifiers and Double Eliminations, there will be two caster streams. You’ll be able to watch the Playoffs either on the official broadcast or through caster streams, and the finals will be watchable via the official broadcast on https://valorantesports.com/live/! We are proud to offer streams in French, German, Polish, Spanish, Turkish, and Hungarian for the playoffs and finals! Additionally, streams in Finnish, Italian, and Portuguese will be available during the finals.
There’ll also be a whole slew of watch parties, so make sure you check out the official VALORANT EMEA social channels to see if your favourite stars are streaming!