Valorant Campus will take place in 2 days September 24 & 25 at the Ho Chi Minh City Youth Cultural House, creating an extremely attractive community event for fans.
Fans of the game Valorant will definitely stand still with Valorant Campus – an event that appeared at the Intel Tech Camp 2022 event, taking place at the Youth Cultural House in Ho Chi Minh City. Only on the first morning of the event day, hundreds of Valorant players were present at the venue to queue in advance to be able to register to check-in as well as own extremely attractive gifts.
Coming to Valorant Campus, you will have the opportunity to enjoy, experience the game right at the Valorant booth, and compete in team-based tactical shooting with the ‘terrible’ ASUS gaming laptops. It is also because of experiencing the ‘huge’ configuration ‘machines’, so this is almost the most crowded area for gamers. Partly because you want to show your personal skills in front of the crowd, the rest because you want to experience the feeling of ‘luxury-smooth’ when you can use the laptop models that can be said to be the best to play Valorant at the time. current point.
In addition, the check-in area to receive gifts of Valorant Campus is equally bustling. With the motto, ‘just check in to get a gift’, everyone who participates will have the opportunity to own exclusive gifts from Valorant such as: Riot Games gift box, t-shirt, mouse pad, keychain,… or even even… the Zing card.
In addition, it is impossible not to mention the Valorant Campus community tournament event between Valorant KOLs and fans. With the participation of a series of famous names such as: Bomman, Sangtraan, TheAnh96, and Rip113, this will be one of the most attractive community events in 2022 of the Valorant game.
Time: From 9:30 to 21:30 on September 24 & 25, 2022
Location: Thanh Nien Cultural House – No. 04 Pham Ngoc Thach, District 1, City. Ho Chi Minh City
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