Valorant Ranking System

Valorant Ranks

Below is an image of all the known Valorant Ranks in the game, and each rank has 3 Tiers, with the highest Rank Being Valorant and only has just one.

This is an explanation on how the Valorant Ranking System will work.

  • Complete 20 Unrated matches to unlock Competitive mode
  • 8 ranks, 3 tiers each, except the top rank, VALORANT
  • Queue with up to 5-player parties, must be within 2 ranks
  • Rank isn’t displayed if competitive matches aren’t played within 14 days, but your rank doesn’t decay behind the scenes.
  • Closed beta rank does not carry over to launch

Valorant-Ranks

  • Iron 1 Valorant RankIron 2 Valorant RankIron 3 Valorant RankIron | I – II – III
  •  Bronze 1 Valorant RankBronze 2 Valorant RankBronze 3 Valorant RankBronze | I – II – III
  •  Silver 1 Valorant RankSilver 2 Valorant RankSilver 3 Valorant RankSilver | I – II – III
  • Gold 1 Valorant RankGold 2 Valorant RankGold 3 Valorant Rank Gold | I – II – III
  • Platinum 1 Valorant RankPlatinum 2 Valorant RankPlatinum 3 Valorant Rank Platinum | I – II – III
  • Diamond 1 Valorant RankDiamond 2 Valorant RankDiamond 3 Valorant Rank Diamond | I – II – III
  • Immortal 1 Valorant RankImmortal 2 Valorant RankImmortal 3 Valorant Rank Immortal | I – II – III
  • Valorant Rank Valorant

At the moment it is still unknown whether there will be Season Rewards based on your current Rank in the game, but like with most RIOT games, there is a good chance they will have something for the player to receive as a Reward at the end of the season closer to the release of the game. These could be in the form of Weapon or Character Skins and maybe even some Account Flair, we will just have to wait and see. We will keep this page updated if any new information becomes available.

During Beta players will have a chance to earn Beta Exclusive Rewards.

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