Show your valorant skills at the Swisscom Gaming Cup starting November 21st. If you make it among the 16 qualified players, you can compete in the finals together with a Valorant icon in a team of 5. The total prize money is CHF 4’600.

Participation is free of charge.

More about the tournament mode

Team captains

Qualify for the Swisscom Gaming Cup featuring Valorant and be drafted by one of the following influencers

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Swisscom is Switzerland’s first operator to bring the Twitch game-streaming experience to TV screens, so Twitch fans no longer need to rely on their small computer or mobile screens. Blue TV also shows you at a glance what’s new and exciting in the esports world thanks to gaming channels EsportsTV, GINX TV and ES1, as well as numerous gaming apps.

Swisscom Gaming

In order to promote gaming and Esports in Switzerland, Swisscom founded the Swisscom Hero League in September 2018, with the support of international organiser ESL. The Hero League sees the best Swiss players vying for first place in League of Legends, Clash Royale and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Swisscom is also the main sponsor of mYinsanity Switzerland, the biggest Swiss Esports team, and the Swiss Esports Federation (SESF).

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