Valorant is a competitive FPS shooter that’s seen one of the largest viewerships in the eSports scene.
Regardless of whether you’re a beginner or a more advanced player, one of the best ways to make sure that you’re on top of your game is to learn how to check your stats in Valorant and how to use them to your advantage.
Let’s dive in.
There are many ways to check your stats in Valorant, both in-game and online.
The easiest way to check your Valorant career stats is in-game, via the main menu.
The ‘Career’ tab displays different Valorant stats, including:
Your agent stats indicate the performance of each character you play. This can help you understand what agents are best suited for your playstyle and which ones you need to practice more.
The Valorant match history shows the matches you’ve played, both ranked and unranked. This tool helps you see how you’ve progressed in the game.
Your current Valorant rank is based on competition wins and your overall performance in the match. Keep in mind that performance can strongly depend on you DPI, so knowing how to get the best one is crucial for every gamer.
You can check your stats online on any Valorant stats website.
On most websites, all you’ll need to do is log into your Riot account and find the ‘Statistics’ tab from the menu to see your account and gameplay information.
You can also use these pages to access leaderboards and see how your stats compare to other players.
Checking and tracking the stats in the game is crucial to your progress in the game. This can help you figure out your strengths and weaknesses in your gameplay and identify areas that warrant improvement.
There are different third-party Valorant stat trackers available online.
The top 3 most popular choices include:
Blitz.gg provides insight into your personal and team performance and offers guides on how to best play every agent in the game. To get access to the numbers and other Blitz.gg info, you can either log into the website with your account or download its Windows desktop version.
To check your stats on the website:
Once you’ve signed in (or registered), Blitz.gg will show your Valorant stats, including KDA, damage per round, win rate, and rank.
This Valorant stat tracker also keeps a list of your match history and tracks the performance of each agent you played, ranking from highest to lowest.
Dak.gg is another great Valorant checker. This tool is user-friendly and lays out all the information and numbers in a comprehensible manner.
To check your stats:
Once you’re in your account, you’ll be able to see your entire gameplay data, as well as Valorant player stats of other players and their Valorant ranks (but only those that have registered with the website).
Tracker.gg is one of the most detailed Valorant trackers out there. This Valorant tracker is the closest to the in-game state page but includes plenty of extra numbers, such as ‘first blood’ kills, aces, headshots, and clutches, among other things.
To see your stats:
You’ll then get access to a plethora of numbers, including your win rate, total wins, deaths, assists, Kill/Rounds, Damage/Round, and more.
Finding the leaderboard for the game is simple– anyone can find it on the official Valorant website.
To see the leaderboard:
Leaderboard can help players gauge where they stand compared to the top players in the game. Players can also search for specific leaderboards via the search option on the site.
For example, you can search your in-game nickname and check your Valorant rank.
Riot Games sends emails with end-of-the-year graphs and statistics to all players, every year in June, around the date of the game’s anniversary.
To check you get your year-end stats:
The end-of-year stats report from Riot includes:
If you’re an avid Valorant player and you’d like to improve your skills, you might want to start keeping an eye on your gameplay statistics. Luckily, there are plenty of online websites where you can check your stats and find information that can help you move up the ranks.
The best way to see how many Valorant hours you’ve played is by visiting and registering on a third-party stat tracker. Some of the most popular stat tracker sites are Tracker.gg, Dak.gg, and Blitz.gg.
Whether your KD ratio is good or below average, depends on your rank. But, for most players, a KD ratio that’s above 1.0 is a ‘good’ ratio.
You can check your Valorant stats in-game in the ‘Career’ tab or on a third-party stat tracker website.
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