Get ready to dive into the exhilarating realm of Arena of Valor as the highly anticipated tournament unfolds over six action-packed days from June 27 to July 02, 2023.
Arena of Valor Asian Games Version, originating from Honor of Kings, is a competitive game designed for mobile devices. In order to ensure fair competition and provide players from various regions and countries with the best gaming experience, a dedicated tournament server exclusively for the Arena of Valor Asian Games Version will be implemented.
Furthermore, efforts have been made to achieve a certain level of integration between Honor of Kings and Arena of Valor, with the aim of maintaining game balance.
Teams from five Asian regions will battle it out in an epic quest to establish their regional rankings in preparation for the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022.
Regional competition will follow a single round-robin format, with each team competing in a best-of-three series. The final rankings will be determined by the total points accumulated at the conclusion of the competition.
For a deeper understanding of the competition’s rules and regulations, check out the competition format video below.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to witness these teams demonstrate their masterful skills in an epic battle of supremacy. Catch all the exhilarating action live on our official YouTube and Twitch channels, @AESF_Official.
Athletes and Teams to watch:
The East Asian region is home to a vibrant and thriving Arena of Valor (AoV) scene. With its massive player base and dedicated community, this region has become a hotbed for competitive gameplay and intense battles. Top teams from countries like China, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong continuously showcase their skills and strategies in thrilling tournaments and leagues.
The Honor of Kings (HoK) scene in China is a highly competitive community that showcases the country’s deep passion for mobile Esports. The professional leagues, such as the King Pro League (KPL), serve as battlegrounds where top teams compete for supremacy and vie for coveted titles.
With a diverse player base and a strong competitive spirit, Southeast Asia has emerged as a hotbed for exciting AoV gameplay. Teams from countries like Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, and the Philippines consistently showcase their skills and compete in regional tournaments, captivating fans with their intense matches and strategic gameplay. The region’s competitive leagues, such as the Garena Challenger Series (GCS), provide a platform for these talented teams to showcase their abilities and vie for recognition.
The AoV scene in Thailand is not only thriving but also incredibly successful. Thai teams have consistently showcased their dominance in the competitive arena, with notable achievements including back-to-back gold medals in AoV at the Southeast Asian Games.
Vietnam has emerged as a fierce competitor in the AOV scene in Southeast Asia, as evidenced by their remarkable performance at the 31st SEA Games, where they clinched the silver medal. Their strategic gameplay, exceptional teamwork, and unwavering determination have solidified their position as a force to be reckoned with in the region.
WEST ASIA & SOUTH ASIA
With a rising interest in esports and a pool of talented players, West Asia and South Asia are emerging as formidable contenders in the global AoV landscape. These regions have developed vibrant communities of AoV players, hosting local tournaments and leagues to nurture talent and provide competitive platforms.
The AoV scene in Central Asia has been steadily growing, with countries embracing the game and forming passionate player communities. As the popularity of AoV continues to rise in Central Asia, it is an exciting region to watch, with talented players and a strong competitive spirit shaping the future of the game.