Although it has not been officially released, the ranking system in Valorant has been particularly interested by gamers. The ranking system in the survival shooter Valorant is designed similar to League of Legends, but things can change when the game officially launches.
Introducing Valorant’s ranking system
Valorant divided into many different seasons, each year divided into 3 seasons, each season lasting about 3 months.
Players can earn points through wins and at the end of the season will receive rewards corresponding to their rank.
The game has 8 classes: Mercenary, Soldier, Veteran, Hero, Legend, Mythic and Immortal.
Each rank is divided into 3 levels, when reaching the highest rank Immortal has only 1 general level similar to Challenger in League.
The amount of points added or subtracted will depend on the elo stat, if winning from the opponent with the higher ranking score will earn more points and vice versa.
Promotion and Relegation
When you reach 100 rank points in each level you will automatically enter the rank-up series. If you win 2 out of 3 matches then you will go to next level.
At the highest level we are forced to play 5 games, winning at least 3 matches will be promoted.
If the score falls below 0, it will be relegated.
Singles – Duel and Flexibility
Singles and Duels you can play alone or with friends.
Flexible fighting will allow you to fight 1 person, 2 people, 3 people or 5 people.
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