Aim Lab, a performance and training platform for first-person shooters, has signed a three-year deal with Riot Games’ VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT) EMEA. The platform will cooperate on VCT material during the 2022 season as part of the arrangement. Players’ growth through training exercises and warm-up sessions is planned to be the emphasis of this content.
Aim Lab has cooperated with the title’s North and Latin American equivalents in addition to teaming with VCT EMEA last year.
Players are only as good as the tools they’re given, that’s why we are incredibly proud to have Aim Lab and their state-of-the-art FPS training platform on board for the next three years. Such a lengthy investment into our burgeoning ecosystem serves as a strong indicator of their commitment to our league and also to our wonderful VALORANT community.Eva Suárez, Riot Games Sr. Manager Business Development and Partnerships
VCT EMEA will also use Aim Lab as their official training tool. Aim Lab aims to generate additional training situations based on the finest plays during the 2021 VALORANT Champions Tour, which is separate from this agreement.
We are excited to expand our partnership with Riot Games in the EMEA region for the 2022 VALORANT Champions Tour. Our mission has always been to help gamers get better at the games they love and we hope to continue to do this while bringing special and engaging training tasks to the region.Wayne Mackey, Ph. D, CEO of Statespace
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As a partner of the 2022 VCT EMEA season, the platform joins Red Bull. The energy drink company extended its contract with Riot Games’ European competition earlier last month.