Virgin Media is the official sponsor of global e-sports organisation WYLDE's Academy in Cork. Co-owned by Usain Bolt, the WYLDE Academy is powered by Superfast Broadband Virgin Media. The Academy provide training and support e-sports players and gamers and Virgin Media wants to continue helping to support and nurture Ireland's roster of world-class e-sports athletes.

Gaming is the fastest growing entertainment industry and fast and reliable broadband is essential to great gameplay. Virgin Media acknowledges gamers are athletes in their own right and that they rely on the best kit to perform at their highest level. That's where Virgin Media come in, with our 99.9% broadband reliability.

Valorant is one of the fastest growing games and at Virgin Media they have some of the fastest and most reliable broadband. This game has grown from a fledgling title to a renowned global phenomenon, attracting millions of players across the world. Valorant is a first person tactical hero shooter game published by Riot Games. It's played in teams of 5 players who battle against each other to see who can win the most rounds out of 25. Virgin Media, along with their partners WYLDE, are powering an e-sports tournament, 'A-Games', to find Ireland's best Valorant team.

This will culminate in Ireland's biggest Valorant tournament, live in The Camden, Dublin on Wednesday October 18th from 6pm – 11:30pm. The event will also be streamed on Twitch. They will have e-sport commentators and content creators there on the night, along with other exciting guests including JYellowL (Irish Rapper), Queenie (Gaming influencer) and Mitch Man (Valorant Commentator).

To be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Grand Final of the Valorant A-Games at The Camden on Wednesday 18th October, simply answer the question correctly to be entered into the draw. Competition closes 13th October.