After lots intense gaming action, Team Tempest of Taiwan has come out on top in the Valorant SEA Invitational last Saturday, July 11. Consisting of Hehe, Crazyface, Xargon, KMoMo and Zonda, Team tempest defeated Thailand’s Team Titanium in the finals for a match score of 2-0.

With their win, Team Tempest earned a total of USD 3,200, with each member of the team also getting a custom rig powered by Intel 10th Gen Gaming CPUs (Core i7-10700K). Meanhwile, first runners-up Team Titanium received a total of USD 2,000 in prizes. Finally, Teams Spectre, Marshal, Panorama, and Incinerate each walked away with a total of USD 1,200.

In case you missed it, here is the Valorant SEA Invitational stream:

VALORANT SEA Invitational

The VALORANT SEA Invitational is live now! Available on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch in English, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Malaysia, Thai and Chinese. Find out more: https://valorantseainvitational.com/—Who is your favourite creator and why?Drop your answer with hashtag #VSIWIN and your Riot ID (e.g. RiotGames #1234) as a comment, and stand a chance to win Secretlab gaming chairs, AORUS gaming monitors and Intel NUC 9 Extreme kits. The most creative answers will win! Find out more: https://bit.ly/VSI-Giveaways—The VALORANT SEA Invitational giveaways are open to all players from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Taiwan who hold Riot IDs.

Posted by VALORANT on Friday, July 10, 2020

Not familiar with the tournament? The Valorant SEA Invitational was a showmatch tourney that featured six teams of five popular content creators from Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand.

The participants of the SEA Invitational include:

  • Luthfi Halimawan and Watchout Gaming from Indonesia
  • Soloz and MasterRamen from Malaysia
  • GlocoGaming and Ashley Gosiengfiao from the Philippines
  • Sombrero and Afiz from Singapore
  • Xargon and Hehe from Taiwan
  • Xcrosz and Badness Gamer from Thailand

Aside from duking it out for the lions’s share of the USD 10,000 prize pool, the teams in the SEA Invitational also participated for a good cause as Riot Games Southeast Asia donatee USD 10,000 to GlobalGiving’s Coronavirus Relief Fund as part of the SEA Invitational.

In related Valorant news, Riot has recently released the Eldeflame ultra edition skin.

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