Riot Games’ take on the competitive shooter genre, Valorant, has marked its presence on the internet since its arrival on June 4th this year. Due to its unique game mechanics and some brilliant marketing by Riot, Valorant managed to gain a surge of popularity over the last few months.

Over the course of time, various big streamers have tried their hands out in the game, and some of them seem to have stuck with it.

Video game streaming legend Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is one such streamer who has been seen streaming a lot of Valorant recently. Ninja is currently ranked #1 on the Twitch charts in terms of follower count with Turner “Tfue” Tenney trailing by a significant margin in the #2 spot.

If you’ve seen Ninja stream Valorant in his Twitch channel recently, then you’re probably already aware of how good he is at the shooter. In case you’re wondering what his Valorant rank is, we’ve got you covered.

Ninja Valorant Rank?

The 29-year-old is currently ranked Radiant in Valorant. He still continues his grind in ranked mode regularly to improve his position in the regional leaderboards.

In case you’re unaware, Radiant is the highest rank in Valorant, followed by Immortal and Diamond. The rank was earlier named ‘Valorant’ but was later renamed to Radiant to avoid any unwanted confusion. Here’s the competitive spectrum of ranks in the tactical shooter:

  • Iron
  • Bronze
  • Silver
  • Gold
  • Platinum
  • Diamond
  • Immortal
  • Radiant

Every rank, except Radiant is subdivided into three parts.

Ninja Valorant Settings

NINJA VALORANT MOUSE SETTINGS
Mouse Sensitivity
0.75
Scoped Sensitivity M.
0.75
DPI
800
Polling Rate
500 Hz
NINJA VALORANT KEYBIND SETTINGS
Walk
L-Shift
Use/Equip Ability 1
Mouse Button 4
Equip Primary Weapon
1
Use Object
F
Use/Equip Ability 2
E
Equip Secondary Weapon
2
Jump
Space / Mouse Wheel Down
Use/Equip Ability 3
C
Use/Equip Melee Weapon
3
Crouch
L-Ctrl
Use/Equip Ability Ultimate
X
Equip Spike
4
Color
Cyan
Outlines
On / 1 / 1
Center Dot
Off
Inner Lines
1 / 7 / 2 / 1
Outer Lines
0 / 0 / 0 / 0
Movement / Firing Error
On
NINJA VALORANT VIDEO SETTINGS
Display Mode
Fullscreen
Resolution
1920×1080
Frame Rate Limit
Unlocked
Material Quality
High
Texture Quality
High
Detail Quality
High
UI Quality
High
Vignette
On
V-Sync
Off
Display FPS
On
Anti Aliasing
MSAA 4x
Anisotropic Filtering
8X
Gun Visuals
On
Improve Clarity
Off
Distortion
On

Ninja’s outstanding performance in Valorant isn’t surprising, though. He has been playing video games for almost two decades now, and was a former professional Halo 3 player having played for big organisations like Cloud9 and Luminosity Gaming. He later became a streamer in 2011.


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