India-based gaming and esports company Nodwin Gaming revealed the line-up of partners for the Valorant Challengers South Asia Split 2.
Financial terms of these partnerships were not disclosed as of this writing.
Omen by HP, Hyundai, Philips, and streaming platform Loco will serve as special partners for Split 2, which begins on June 1, in Delhi. Omen by HP has been named the “title partner” of the competition, while Hyundai is named the “driven by partner,” Philps the “styling partner,” and Loco as the official “digital broadcast partner.”
Split 2 features a total prize pool of $100K USD, with the overall winner receiving a spot in VCT Ascension 2023: Pacific, which takes place June 28 – July 4.
More details on the competition can be found here from our friends at AFK Gaming.
Earlier this month Nodwin Gaming announced that it had raised $28M USD in a new funding round that included existing investors Nazara, Krafton Inc., Jetsynthesys Private Limited, and Good Game Investment Trust, and new investors Sony Group Corporation and Innopark (India) Private Limited.