Valorant Pro Settings and Gear List
The people at Riot games are responsible for one of the most popular PC games ever made in the form of League of Legends, so when it was announced that they were working on a bunch of brand new games heads were naturally turned. One of the games they were working on is what we now know as VALORANT; a first person shooter built from the ground up to appease competitive gamers.
With 128-tick servers, an engine built so that the game can run at 60+ frames per second even on older computers (and obviously well above that on newer hardware) and a wide network of datacenters all over the world to ensure a good connection for every player it’s pretty clear that Riot has been doing their homework. Since its release back in the middle of 2020, the game has seen a healthy flow of new players coming in to see what's going on, and its ability to draw in gamers who aren't necessarily fans of first person shooters is also interesting to see. Aside from that, VALORANT is also developing a thriving pro scene. All across the world new teams and stars are popping up seemingly every month so we’d be remiss if we didn’t give you guys our VALORANT settings list.
In this list we’ve gathered the settings and gear of the top VALORANT players so that you can get an idea of how the pros are playing. As is the case with all of our pro-based articles and lists, this is far from a finished article. We’ll add players and update our settings every day, and as usual we’d love to hear it from you if you see any outdated information or you’d like to see players added to our list. Monitor settings (if available) can be found on the pages of the players themselves, though you can also check out Zowie's (who make the XL line of monitors: those are the most used VALORANT monitors) recommended settings here. Feel free to reach out on Twitter or Discord, or comment on our website if you’ve got any remarks of requests. Have fun with the game, and see you soon on the battlefield!
In our list you will sometimes see a capitalized letter behind an organization. That is to indicate that the player in question isn't (currently) a pro player on the main roster but still part of the organization. We use the following abbreviations: coach (C), manager/organization entourage (M), content creator/streamer (S), benched/inactive (B), loaned (L). FA stands for 'Free Agent.'
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