Storm Circuit puts on track the last Split of the 2022/23 season With new competitive milestones on its roadmap. The main amateur structure of Riot Games in Spain has programmed a calendar in which, during the next few weeks, players of all profiles will be able to enjoy a exciting finals of the present edition.
The 2022/23 season of the Storm Circuitwhich will conclude next July, is supported by leading brands such as Intel, Omen, PcComponents, Red Bull, Samsung SSD and Chocomel. The main clashes of the Third Split can be followed live on the channel of Official Twitch.
The battle for the professional leagues
In the last days Nexus League y Radiant League have returned full of illusion and opportunities. After a second Split in which Kawaii Kiwis (League of Legends) and Team Galaga (VALORANT) were proclaimed champions, a new competitive cycle has started for teams to be able to dream and aspire to professional competitions..
During the current month, amateurs will be able to enjoy the best semi-professional VALORANT through the. Radiant League. The days will be played on Wednesdays and Fridays, until the celebration of the Playoffs of the Third Split, which will take place on the following days May 26, 27 and 28.
As in VALORANT, the Nexus League of League of Legends will also feature double matches per week, which will be on Mondays and Thursdays. The Thursday, May 11 began the first day of the competition, which will reach its conclusion next June in the Playoffs: Quarterfinals (June 12), Semifinals (June 15 and 16) and Final (June 19)..
More stops, more excitement
Participants in the circuit will feature new tournaments that will award multiple points for the general ranking of the Storm Circuit. of League of Legends and VALORANT, in addition to fantastic prize pools.
After the celebration of TRIFORC3 TOURNAMENT 2which came from the hand of Intel, PcComponents and Omenthe next stop for the Third Split will be SPRING SHOWDOWNwhich will be inside the Tier 2 category and will be supported by Samsung SSD:
- League of Legends: Qualifiers (May 26 and 28), Grand Final (June 4) and Online Tournament (June 3 and 4).
- VALORANT: Qualifiers (May 12 and 14), Grand Final (May 21) and Online Tournament (May 20 and 21).
Subsequently, it will be the turn of Malaga Openstop also categorized as Tier 2 and that it will be in dual format online and in-person:
- League of Legends: Qualifiers (May 19 and 21), Live Grand Final (June 3) and Online Tournament (June 10 and 11).
- VALORANT: Qualifiers (May 26th and 28th), Live Grand Final (June 3rd) and Online Tournament (June 3rd and 4th).
A gaming space for all profiles
As if that were not enough, the next Sunday, May 14 the Grand Final of Our Party Game Changers will take place, the VALORANT women’s tournament which aims to allow all players to demonstrate the great talent of the girls at the national level.
The winning team will qualify for the VALORANT Game Changers EMEA Contenders. In addition, the Hextech and Clutch Serieswhere players will have a new opportunity to compete in a safe environmentregardless of level and previous experience in League of Legends, League of Legends: Wild Rift and VALORANT.