It's been a year since Riot Games released VALORANT, and the 5v5 tactical first-person shooter has been a smash hit among players. As part of VALORANT's Year 1 celebrations, Riot Games is letting players access their stats from the first year of playing the game, including number of matches won, kill/death ratios, and damage dealt.
To celebrate the first anniversary of VALORANT and the game's success, Riot has surprised players with email detailing a summary of their stats, including games won, kill/death ratios, headshots, damage dealt, and other metrics. Each statistic will reveal the top percentage of players you're in based on that number. However, some players haven't received an email about this yet, so if you're still waiting, check out the guide below to make sure that you receive it.
There is also a "Victims" section, which will reveal the players you've killed the most over the past year. If you play custom games with the same players, it's likely you'll see familiar names.
Team Liquid's Soulcas shared his VALORANT Year 1 stats:
How to get your VALORANT Year 1 stats?
If you want to check your VALORANT Year 1 stats, the first step should be to check the inbox of the email address associated with your Riot account. If you're not sure which email you have connected, sign in to the Riot games account manager with your username and password - that should help you determine which email you've used for the account.
However, if you still can't find it in your inbox, check your junk or spam folder.
If the VALORANT Year 1 review is still not there, sign in to your Riot account and click on the Communication Preferences tab. Make sure the box for Communication Preferences tab is ticked, so Riot will have the permission to send you the stats via email.
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Riot confirms 2nd round of VALORANT Year 1 stat emails are coming
According to an official tweet, Riot recently confirmed that it will send out another batch of Year in Review emails this week to players who opt-in to receive communications from the developer in their account preferences, so make sure you have that box ticked. However, there is no information on exactly what day these emails will be sent out.
Team Liquid's superstar Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom also shared his Year 1 stats:
How did you do in your first year of playing VALORANT?
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