After an incredible year for electronic sports inside and outside Venezuela, LGAplay presents the 2023 eSports league calendar, motivating passion and talent for the most important competitive video games in our region.
For this year the LGA Play will have five leagues prepared for competitive games such as League of Legends, Counter Strike and Valorant.
As in 2022, the Spiritual Rift Series Apertura and Clausura will continue, being the national tournaments of the MOBA League of Legends for the First (February to May) and Third Quarter (July to October) of 2023 respectively.
The format of the tournaments will have fourteen (14) days during its Initial Phase, with Eight (8) teams will compete, of which there are already five (5) confirmed for the Opening Split and the rest will be selected through the National Circuit. of League of Legends (January 23) and its Final Phase will be defined through a series of Playoffs.
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The Star Pro League, being the national tournament of the Counter Strike Global Offensive Tactical Shooter, will return with its Season 4 during the Second Quarter of the year (May to August) presenting a format with fourteen (14) days during its Initial Phase and its Final Phase It will be defined through Playoffs to define the winning team that will represent Venezuela in the 2023 Super Cup of America based in Argentina.
As if that were not enough, LGAplay continues to expand in the competitive field, organizing for the first time, the Valorant National League, better known as the Spike Pro League. This tournament based on Riot Games' 5 versus 5 Tactical Shooter will have two (2) seasons this year.
Dividing into a series of four (4) qualifying tournaments, where each one will grant one (1) place to enter the League. The remaining places will be by application.
Immediately after the first series of qualifiers ends (January 18 – 25 and February 01 – 08) Season 1 will arrive, from February to May. The second series of qualifiers in June and Season 2 from July to October.
Like the rest of the tournaments, a format with fourteen (14) days during its Initial Phase and its Final Phase will define the winning team through the Playoffs.