Saturday, January 29, 2022

A new date with long days of continuous play after the release of Valorant in Arabic

Riot Games, the global leader in electronic games, announced today the launch of new dedicated servers in the Middle East for its popular game “VALORANT” in the Kingdom of Bahrain, which will start operating on October 14, so that players benefit from low ping and have a smooth and enjoyable gaming experience.

The same day will witness the release of the Arabic version of the game VALORANT, which will be available to all players around the world, to welcome the Middle East and North Africa region into the global community of the game VALORANT.

The Middle East servers and the Arabic version are among the steps taken by Riot Games to launch VALORANT in the region, noting that this game has attracted thousands of players across the region since its global launch in June 2020.

This launch will be accompanied by many surprises that Riot Games brings to the region’s players, on October 14, players will see a clip of one of the game’s characters speaking Arabic within the game environment, and the company will offer all players around the world a special gift inside the game to celebrate this achievement, which will coincide with the launch of the third scene of The first episode which will introduce a number of new features to the players after the conclusion of the second scene.

This will be followed by the first official regional esports tournament “First Strike” to be held in November, where players can test themselves and compete with the region’s elite players. Riot Games will announce more information about the tournament in the coming days.

Riot Games will also be launching a series of exciting new content and features until the end of the year to celebrate its regional expansion and to showcase what VALORANT has to offer in the Arabic language, and the positive impact the games can have in the region. The contents include an episodic series that will provide useful tutorials, a music video featuring top Arab artists, and a humorous mini-series that tell the story of the Arab players at VALORANT and their experience with the dedicated servers.

On the occasion of the launch, Ali Musalmanoglu, General Manager of Riot Games in the Middle East and North Africa, said: “Within just four months of the launch of VALORANT around the world, we reached an incredible number of players in the MENA region who liked the game and joined To the elite of players. There is generally strong demand for electronic games in the region, and because VALORANT is an exciting FPS that gets people excited and encouraged to play, we are determined to take the gaming experience to a new level. The introduction of new and innovative content and features to players will help establish VALORANT as a leading shooting game that is growing rapidly across the region. ”

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