Riot Games вознаградит ожидающих доступ к VALORANT зрителей
Riot Games вознаградит ожидающих доступ к VALORANT зрителей ⚡⚡⚡ Киберспортивные новости, аналитика, обзоры, репортажи на WePlay! Самые актуальные новости!
As much as the VALORANT beta seems to be doing well, it's also been the cause of much frustration for some fans. Many have tuned in for numerous hours in the hopes of getting a drop to join the beta but haven't and they may never get in before the official release.
That's why Riot Games has decided to reward all Twitch viewers with enough viewership to warrant a drop, with an exclusive player card. Even if they don't get into the closed beta, the gift will be sitting in their account when the game launches. On the player card will be Brimstone saluting, along with Twitch and VALORANT logos.
As thanks for all your interest in the VALORANT closed beta and hanging out with the @Twitch community, we have a small gift: an exclusive player card for anyone who's watched enough streams to be eligible for CB. Even if you don't get in, this'll be in your account at launch. pic.twitter.com/a1BV1DGVg1— VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) May 4, 2020
For any fan that's spent more hours than I can imagine trying to get a drop, the player card won't be much of a consolation, especially to those that never get into the beta. Yet, come launch, they'll probably be among the cool kids, showing off their badge of dedication like the superfans they are. However, it's unclear whether the player cards will be available to players during the beta.
Today Riot added Brazil, Korea, and LATAM to the number of regions that have access to the VALORANT beta, casting their net even wider but also decreasing the chances of some fans that have been watching since day one. Good luck and keep your eye on the prize.