Sources: Leviatán Esports accepted into Valorant Partnership Program

Published  20 Sep, 17:29
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With the EMEA franchised teams already being revealed here on BLIX, now it's the turn of North American organizations to be accepted into VCT NA 2023. Thus, the selection period is over as well, and another 10 teams have been selected. Here in BLIX, we will inform you about all the different teams that will join this highly awaited league in 2023.

Read more: Full list of the teams accepted to Valorant Partnership Program

The website will be updated during the day with all of the teams selected, so make sure to follow BLIX.GG to not miss anything.

The fifth known team to join VCT NA would be Leviatan, another Argentinian based esports organization, contrary to KRÜ, Leviatán is fielding teams in multiple esports, such as CS:GO, League of Legends, Free Fire, Rocket League and COD: Warzone.

Leviatán’s noticeable results are condesed in this 2022, with them being the other big LATAM team in the scene, winning one Challengers Stage and slightly overcoming KRÜ on recent VCT Champions 2022, managing to reach Quarterfinals. these results were preceded after Onur's incorporation to the coaching staff.