Valorant Premier: Release Date, Enrolment, Schedule, and more



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After its first widely successful run during Episode 6 Act 3 back in March 2023, players have been looking forward to the return of the competitive game mode Valorant Premier.

Valorant Premier will allow players to assemble their own teams, and showcase their talents against many other teams from their region. It gives players a chance to play in a more competitive environment, gain experience, and also win prizes.

So, let's find out everything about the return of Valorant Premier.

When will Valorant Premier return?

This game mode is very similar to League of Legends Clash. Players can either create their own teams or join one. Each team will be composed of five to seven players.

Once the roster is set, the team owner will have to enrol the team and select in which zone they will play. The zone you chose determines in which servers you will be able to play, and also impacts your match schedule.

Teams will then be seeded in one of twenty divisions inside that zone. This seeding process will be done based on the average MMR of your team's top five players.

Each week your team will play two maps, and you will be able to see the schedule, and map rotation, from the team hub. For every match you win, you will get points. These points will put you closer to the top of your division.

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Credit: Riot Games

The eighth-best teams in each division will qualify for the playoff tournament. The playoff tournament uses a format similar to the one used in VCT, and other professional events. Matches have a pick-and-ban map system, and the tournament has a single elimination bracket. Tournament matches are also updated in real time.

If you manage to win all the matches and become champions, you will win a unique player card, a gun buddy, and a title card.

Valorant Premier entered open beta at the start of Valorant Act 3 of Episode 6, on 25 April.

The game mode eventually stopped for some time, but it's making a return. Valorant Premier Beta is returning on July 11, and the registration period was extended from four days to one week.

Weekly matches start on July 20, and the Playoff Tournament begins on August 13.


To enrol in Valorant Premier, you need to have the sms verification factor in your account active. You also need to have completed a ranked placement in at least one Valorant act ever and also create or join a team.

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To enrol in Valorant Premier, you need to fulfil these three requirements

After meeting all these requirements, you just need your team captain to enroll your team, and select the zone in which you will be playing.

It's a pretty straight forwards process, and you shouldn't have many difficulties completing it.

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As mentioned above, your team will play two games per week. It's expected the matches will take place on Sunday and Saturday. The time at which the maps will take place will vary depending on the zone you selected.

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Depending on the zone you select, your match schedule will vary

You will be able to check your match schedule in the Team Hub option. There, you can see when your match takes place, against whom it is, and the map you will be playing.

New changes

According to leaks shared by ValorLeaks, Riot Games seemed to have taken into account feedback from players and will implement the following changes to Valorant Premier:

  • Improvements to Creating a Team
  • Each Match Schedule has been adjusted for each region
  • Matches in Playoffs will have Live scores
  • Playoffs have a new format

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