Riot Games has announced that Korea, Brazil, and Latin America will be joining the Valorant closed beta.
Data centers in Seoul, Korea; Santiago, Chile; and São Paulo, Brazil will be going online tomorrow, while a Latin America server in Mexico will be up and running later this week.
These data centers join North America and Europe, which have already had access to the closed beta for nearly a month now.
“I’m here to assure you that our top priority is to get as many of you, around the world, into the game as soon as we can,” said Anna “SuperCakes” Donlon, executive producer on Valorant. Donlon added that servers for Oceania, Japan, Southeast Asia, and Greater Middle East, will take a little longer.
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Fans in Latin America, Brazil, and South Korea can acquire a closed beta key by watching Twitch streams with Valorant drops enabled.
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