ELO is a hidden rating system which analyses players’ stats and overall performance. Based on the data, if a player wins more games than expected, their rating will increase. If they lose a lot of games, their rating goes down. A developer named Michael developed a tool to find VALORANT ELO. He also revealed that VALORANT ranking system has a threshold of 100 point for a RANKUP/DERANK.
This is first time in the history of Valorant where a hidden ELO system has been infiltrated by a developer. Riot Games has not commented on it yet.
Follow below steps to see your Valorant ELO:
- Download the RankedPointChecker.zip file from GitHub.
- Extract the .zip file and open the config.json file.
- Populate your username and password along with your Region code. Use Region code:
- na for North America
- ap for OCE, Africa, and Australia.
- eu for Europe
- br for Brazil
- ko for Korea. If it is not working use region code na.
- Save config.json and close it. Locate GetRankedPoints.exe from the extracted folder and copy its path.
- Open a command prompt and type “cd <
>” and press enter.
- That’s all, you should be able to see your rank now.
Note: If the above steps does not work, download ASP.NET Core Runtime 3.1.10 from here and try again.
This is for visual learners:
How does the Ranked Point Checker works?
When you run GetRankedPoints.exe in command prompt, it requests Riot Games's API for the login token. Once it's logged into your account, it reads the game data associated with your Valorant ID which also includes the ELO data. After gaining access, it takes 5-10 seconds to extract the collected data, which will eventually be shown to you at the command prompt.
You can also also display your ELO score on your streams as an overlay.
To get started, download the .zip file from GitHub and see this video tutorial.