The Champions Skin Bundle 2023 brought around a prize pool reaching $2.25M, which considerably increased from the previous tournament. After all, the tournament is one of the most highly-anticipated events for fans and pro players alike. It was also the first Valorant Champions 2023 with participating franchised teams. Yet, this prize pool allowed the teams to bring home around $1.25M.
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Champions Skin Bundle 2023
Before anything else, we want to say that the prize pool for this tournament is more than double of VCT 2023. This indicates a large jump in support for the competitive scene in Valorant. Riot Games is on the right track when it comes to listening to their players and professionals in the scene.
Proof of this can be found in the large sales made by the Champions Skin Bundle 2023. Not only did it increase the hype for the overall tournament, it also gave more support to the franchised teams. Here’s the distribution of the total prize pool for each team participating in the tournament:
- 1st – $1,000,000
- 2nd – $400,000
- 3rd – $250,000
- 4th – $130,000
- 5-6 – $85,000
- 7-8 – $50,000
- 9-12 – $30,000
- 13-16 – $20,000
The champions, Evil Geniuses, will receive $1M from the total prize pool. However, Riot distributed the remaining $1.25M to the rest of the teams. That means everyone participating in the tournament was able to bring home prizes for their teams. If you enjoyed the content from this year’s Valorant Champions 2023, you should keep buying the skin.
Revenue from the Champions Skin Bundle will always go towards supporting the teams participating in the tournament. So, what do you think of this new system? Personally, I think that this system can greatly impact the economy in professional Valorant. Don’t forget to stay tuned to the website for more news.