Beacon is a new circuit focused on grassroots level play in Northern Europe. We’re partnering with trusted organisers across the region to provide tournaments for players looking to venture into competitive VALORANT or to take their next step in the competitive ecosystem as they move towards the highest level.

We want to celebrate local competition and achievements as we assemble teams to play together and push our way up the VALORANT ecosystem!

How does it work?

Selected tournaments from May – July in the region are designated as Circuit stops and are official Beacon events. Teams that play in these tournaments will gain Beacon Points depending on where they place and these contribute to an overall leaderboard. More stops will be announced in May to fill out the final offering for Beacon Season 1!

At the end of the split, all teams will be split into divisions based on the number of points they have scored across all tournaments relative to other teams and all will play in the Beacon Circuit Finals for the chance to win their share of €10,000 in prize money!

Division 1: 1st – 8th
Division 2: 9th – 24th
Division 3: 25th – 40th

Teams can score points in more than one of the Circuit stops in order to increase their chances of qualifying for Division 1. 

The Future

Beacon will run two splits per year, so keep your eyes peeled for announcements around the second season for 2022. Let us know your favourite local events that you’d like to see included in Beacon for the future!

We’ll announce additional events and initiatives to support Northern Europe later this year as we aim to make it the best one for VALORANT so far!