The VALORANT Champions Tour 2021 Masters Berlin (VCT Masters Berlin) will start on September 10 and run until September 19. To reach an even wider audience, Riot is tapping into some heavy-hitting content creators to co-stream the tournament.

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These include the likes of DrDisrespect, Shroud, Valkyrae, and a slew of other big streamers. You may view the full list and the schedule of the tournament below:

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Of course, the VCT Masters Berlin will still have an official broadcast live stream with the usual caster and analyst panels. These co-streamers will provide an avenue for more people to take a peek at Valorant’s professional esports scene. They all come from a wide array of audiences and different languages.

However, the addition of co-streams has also sparked some controversy among some esports talents. There are concerns that this would hinder the growth of the main broadcast because it will be spread over a swathe of different streams. Co-streams typically don’t have the official broadcast’s caster audio and analyst panels, so there are concerns that they might not offer as much insight into the game.

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Additionally, there’s also a slew of fans excited to watch the tournament through one of their favorite streamer’s co-streams. There are also some fans throwing a bit of shade at Rainbow Six: Siege, as the game does not allow co-streaming for its tournaments. These fans view it as Ubisoft losing out on “free advertising.”

Again, VCT Masters Berlin will take place between September 10 and 19, 2021. For more on the tournament, check out our article here.