Valorant Masters Madrid tickets now available

Madrid will once again become the world headquarters of esports in 2024 and you can now get your ticket to experience it live. As announced by Riot Games, tickets for VALORANT Masters Madridthe international tournament of the tactical first-person shooter, are now available through Ticketmaster. You can get your tickets through this link.

VALORANT Masters Madrid will travel to the Spanish capital in March and will take place between March 14 and 24.. Days 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 will be dedicated to the Swiss phase. On the 19th and 20th there will be no matches and the action will resume on the 21st with the start of the knockout phase. On the 22nd there will be the final of the upper part of the draw and the semi-finals of the lower part of the draw, on the 23rd the final of the lower part of the draw and the semi-finals of the lower part of the draw. the grand final will be held on March 24.The grand finale will be held on March 8, putting the finishing touch to 8 days of VALORANT at the highest level. The venue chosen to host this competition was the Madrid Arena, one of the most important pavilions in the capital.

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The 8 teams that will face each other in Madrid are still to be confirmed and will be decided in the opening tournament that will take place in the next weeks in the four international leagues (EMEA, America, Pacific and China). The EMEA competition, where we have three Spanish teams (Giants, Heretics and KOI), will kick off on February 20.

I am incredibly happy and proud of this news that responds to the expectations of one of the most passionate fans in the world. Bringing one of the top international competitions to Madrid for the first time, such as Masters, represents another step in the history that is being created together with the community of players in Spain who follow the competition day after day.

Edgar Medina, Riot Games Country Manager for Spain, Italy and Portugal

Back in Spain

It is not the first time that Riot Games chooses Madrid as the venue for one of its most relevant global competitions. The Palacio de Vistalegre hosted the final of the spring split of the most important European competition of Riot Games’ MOBA in 2015, the LCS EU, a tournament that returned to this venue in 2018, with the final of the summer split and to break records not only in attendance, but also acoustic, with a fan whose screams reached 110 Db, the equivalent of an airplane in takeoff phase.

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In 2019, it was the League of Legends World Championship that made a stop in our country, when the quarterfinals and semifinals of Worlds were held in the capital of Spain, managing to hang the “full” sign in Vistalegre in minutes.

Madrid has not been the only city to host international events, as Riot Games selected Tenerife to host the European LCS in 2014 and later, Barcelona to host the League of Legends All-Stars in 2016.

In addition to the success of past events, Spain enjoys enviable health in terms of passion for esports, with such well-established local leagues as the LVP (Liga de Videojuegos Profesional) Superliga and VALORANT Challenger League: Rising. As recent studies by the PWC consulting firm attest, Spain ranks in the top 3 in the EU in terms of consumption of paid esports content.

Madrid annually hosts numerous events related to video games with a huge following that is surpassed each edition such as Gamergy with almost 70,000 attendees or Madrid Games Week that gathered an audience of 136,000 people.

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