Valorant Competitive is a standard valorant gameplay mode, the same rules as unrated but a higher stake mode where you earn and compete for rank.
Simply it’s the Valorant Ranked gameplay mode for players.
You and your team will be matched up against almost similar ranked players to compete on a map.
If you win that match you will gain Rank Rating (RR) based on your performance. If you lost the map you will lose your current Rank Rating (RR).
Valorant Rank Distribution
Valorant rank distribution by players percentage:
- Iron: 6.8%
- Bronze: 17%
- Silver: 21.9%
- Gold: 20.8%
- Platinum: 16.3%
- Diamond: 10.6%
- Ascendant: 4.9%
- Immortal: 1.2%
- Radiant: 0.03%
Only the top 500 players of each region will get the Radiant Rank.
What is the eligibility to play Valorant Ranked?
Your Valorant account needs to be at least Account Level 20 before playing Valorant Ranked mode.
What is the difference between Rank vs Act Rank?
Valorant Ranks determine your current Rank and skill level during gameplay.
Valorant ranks are: Iron, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond, Ascendant, Immortal, and Radiant.
Your Act Rank is the highest rank achieved by you in an Act.
What is Rank Rating?
Rank Rating (or RR for short) is some gain or loss of numbers in your current rank to track your progress as you climb up towards a higher rank.
How RR is calculated in Valorant?
Wins, losses, and round differential (how much you win by) impact your RR gain or loss.
What is MMR in Valorant?
MMR(hidden matchmaking rating) rating to match you up against the same skill level players like you.
That’s all for Valorant Rank Distribution and percentages of players in that rank.
Check out our other Valorant Guides articles to help you get better at the game.