VALORANT Voice Evaluation Update and Masters Copenhagen ticket information
Riot Games today revealed two VALORANT announcements. Firstly VCT M2 ticket sales will be available to purchase for fans and will be the first international Masters event to feature a live audience in Copenhagen.
Today we are excited to share that Masters Copenhagen will be the first international Masters event to feature a live audience! The final three days of the event will take place at the Forumin Copenhagen, with general admission tickets going on sale on Friday, July 1st at 10am CEST.
Live Event Schedule:
- Friday, July 22, 2022 – Upper Bracket Final & Lower Bracket Semifinal
- Saturday, July 23, 2022 – Lower Bracket Final
- Sunday, July 24, 2022 – Grand Finals
How do I purchase tickets?
Tickets for all stages of the event will be sold globally through Tixr. Tickets and additional information will be provided here: https://www.tixr.com/groups/vct
When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets will go on sale on Friday, July 1st at 10am CEST.
How much will tickets be?
There will be two types of tickets:
- Ground Floor Bleachers | 245 DKK
- Balcony Bleachers | 175 DKK
All ticket sales are final. The above prices are not inclusive of taxes and fees.
How many tickets can I buy?
There is a maximum limit of 4 tickets per person per event day.
Do I need an account to buy tickets?
Yes, to purchase tickets you will need to create an account with Tixr. To save time, we recommend that you sign-up and create an account before ticket sales go live.
ON-SITE EVENT DETAILS
What language will the games be shoutcasted in at the venue?
For all stages of the event, games will be shoutcasted in English.
Any age restrictions for attending Masters Copenhagen?
There are no age restrictions for attending Masters Copenhagen but the game is rated 16+.
What else do I need to know?
We will be releasing an in-depth guide for Masters Copenhagen closer to the event.
When will the full event schedule be available?
The final schedule for Masters Copenhagen will be published shortly after the final team qualifies for the event.
Riot Games will also reveal a VALORANT Voice Evaluation update to combat disruptive behaviour in voice chat, these can be evaluated when a report is submitted.
VALORANT Voice Evaluation Update
As part of a larger effort to combat disruptive behavior, Riot Games recently updated its Privacy Notice and Terms of Service to allow us to record and evaluate in-game voice communications when a report for that type of behavior is submitted—with the goal of kicking this off in VALORANT first.
Earlier this year, we also mentioned that as a part of our current game systems that combat disruptive behavior, voice evaluation would provide a way to collect clear evidence that could verify any violations of behavioral policies before we can take any action. This would also help us share back to players why a particular action resulted in a penalty.
On July 13 we will begin a background launch of the voice evaluation system in North America/English-only to help train our language models and get the tech in a good enough place for a beta launch later this year.
Voice evaluation during this period will not be used for disruptive behavior reports. That will only begin with the future beta. And we know that before we can even think of expanding this tool, we’ll have to be confident it’s effective, and if mistakes happen, we have systems in place to make sure we can correct any false positives (or negatives for that matter).
This is brand new tech and there will for sure be growing pains. But the promise of a safer and more inclusive environment for everyone who chooses to play is worth it.