T1 Invests in Mobalytics for Valorant
As the support surrounding Riot’s first-person shooter Valorant continues to build, T1 Entertainment & Sports makes a first step onto the scene investing in Mobalytics for helping players of all levels improve their game.
Valorant’s closed beta launch last April 7 and on the day of its release, Valorant had 1.7 million viewers tune in to players’ streams. As of now, T1, Sentinels, and Team Liquid are among the notable teams to have already announced their initial rosters for competitive play.
Valorant has players from North America, Korea, Brazil, and Latin America participating in the closed beta. Riot’s highly-anticipated FPS is set to fully release in the summer of 2020.
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