Riot Games to bring content to suit gamers in the region.
Riot Games has just announced that it is launching new dedicated servers in the Middle East for the game Valorant. Located in Bahrain and launching on October 14th, the new server will be beneficial for players since they expect lower ping and overall smoother gaming experience.
Additionally, Arabic support for Valorant has also been launched and will be accessed by all players around the world. This will be releasing on the same the Middle East servers for the game go live. The initiative is part of the regional launch of the game in the Middle East by Riot Games, which has amassed thousands of new players in the region since its launch last June.
To coincide with the launch, Episode 1 of ACT 3 will be going live where gamers can expect a plethora of new features like a new map called Icebox plus Skye, a new agent that’s been added to the roster.
Riot Games is also prepping for the global esports roadmap to include the Middle East region. The first regional esports tournament called ‘First Strike’ will take place in November.
“We know there’s a strong appetite for gaming in the region and with VALORANT being an exciting FPS game that has got people talking and playing, we are determined to take the gameplay experience to the next level. Rolling out new and innovative content and features for the gamers will help establish VALORANT as the leading game in the FPS genre which is growing rapidly across the region,” said Ali Muslumanoglu, General Manager of Riot Games MENAI.