Valorant stats are one of the most awaited things players wait for, just like Spotify Wrapped. It is a year’s statistics for individual players sent straight to their RIOT ID’s mail ID that they can check out. Players always need something that keeps track of all their important statistics to improve and make themselves better at the game.
The article gives all the details about year-end Valorant stats in 2021 and if you did not receive any such emails still now, how to sign up to get them.
Valorant stats in 2021
The previous YR1 email had your stats which did feature the names of three opponents whom you have killed the most in your matches followed by the names of your Marquee Agent, weapon, and the map you’ve played the most. This year, Valorant decided to step its game a notch ahead and send all of its players their individual statistics.
These include several details like matches won, K/D/A ratio, total damage done, maps played most, and many more features besides the existing ones. However, players should make sure their associated Email-ID has been verified with Riot Games.
Below we have mentioned the steps to be followed if you wish to get the email from Riot which would have your stats ready and packed.
- Open your email client and log in to the id that is associated with your Valorant account.
- Search for an email from Riot Games’ official account.
- If you can’t find it, look in your spam folder.
- If you haven’t received the email yet, there’s a chance that you’ll receive it within the next few days.
How to sign up
However, if you still have not received the same, players should make sure they have signed up to receive these information from RIOT Games. Today is the last day to subscribe, so get your hands on it as soon as possible.
- Players should click here and sign-in using their RIOT ID mail.
- Head over to Communication Preferences box below the page.
- Check the “Communications from Riot Games” box.
This should make sure that you get all the information RIOT Games has to send you, including the End of year stats. Earlier in 2021, Riot had sent an email to its Valorant players, which briefed them about their performance statistics based on the games they played throughout 2020-21.
To commemorate a year of Valorant’s release, Riot had also deployed the Year1 Player cards along with a free-for-all Event pass which would reward you with 20 Radiante points, Gun buddies, and much more.