VALORANT Rank Distribution (February 2023)

Are you interested in finding what percentage of players you belong to in VALORANT’s rank distribution? Then, you’re in the right place.

Riot Games entered the FPS genre with the launch of VALORANT. It is a 5v5 tactical shooter Agents’ abilities meet the precise gunplay. The game is heavily inspired by CS: GO’s FPS mechanics and Overwatch’s hero-shooter aspects.

Although most people were initially skeptical about VALORANT’s success, their impression changed when VALORANT started to gain popularity. More than 20 million average players play VALORANT each month.

VALORANT has different game modes, such as Deathmatch, Spike Rush, Unrated, and Competitive. Additionally, there are three rotating game modes: Escalation, Replication, and Snowball Fight, which change with every patch. Among these, Competitive or Ranked is the most popular game mode in VALORANT.

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What is VALORANT Rank?

As mentioned earlier, there’s a competitive game mode in VALORANT. This game mode is also referred to as Ranked. Players are given specific ranks based on skills and Rank Ratings in this competitive mode.

The point of having a competitive or Ranked mode is to play against similarly skilled opponents so you can enjoy the thrilling and nail-biting experience of the matches. If you are new to this game, you must play 10 Unrated matches to unlock competitive mode and get a specific rank.


There are 9 tiers of ranks in VALORANT. These tiers also have 3 sub-tiers, except for Radiant. Radiant is a special rank category representing the best of the bests. Only the top 500 from each Region can reach Radiants.

Previously, there were 22 ranks in VALORANT. However, Riot Games recently added a new tier called Ascendant starting from Episode 5 Act 1. So, in addition to Ascendant, there are currently a total of 25 ranks in VALORANT.

Here’s a list of all ranks in VALORANT:

  1. Iron 1
  2. Iron 2
  3. Iron 3
  4. Bronze 1
  5. Bronze 2
  6. Bronze 3
  7. Silver 1
  8. Silver 2
  9. Silver 3
  10. Gold 1
  11. Gold 2
  12. Gold 3
  13. Platinum 1
  14. Platinum 2
  15. Platinum 3
  16. Diamond 1
  17. Diamond 2
  18. Diamond 3
  19. Ascendant 1
  20. Ascendant 2
  21. Ascendant 3
  22. Immortal 1
  23. Immortal 2
  24. Immortal 3
  25. Radiant

VALORANT Rank Distribution in February 2023

Riot Games released API for VALORANT starting in 2020. Esports Tale uses this API to provide official rank data based on the whole player base. So, the rank distribution data shown below is accurate. Additionally, this rank distribution considers combined players from all regions.

Here’s the rank distribution in February 2023 for different tiers:

Iron 10.7%Platinum 14.8%
Iron 22.5%Platinum 24.0%
Iron 37.4%Platinum 33.7%
Bronze 16.6%Diamond 13.2%
Bronze 28.8%Diamond 22.3%
Bronze 38.1%Diamond 31.7%
Silver 110.0%Ascendant 11.2%
Silver 27.8%Ascendant 20.8%
Silver 37.2%Ascendant 30.5%
Gold 16.7%Immortal 10.3%
Gold 25.9%Immortal 20.1%
Gold 35.3%Immortal 30.1%

Overall Distribution:

  • Iron: 10.6%
  • Bronze: 23.5%
  • Silver: 25%
  • Gold: 17.9%
  • Platinum: 12.5%
  • Diamond: 7.2%
  • Ascendant: 2.5%
  • Immortal: 0.5%
  • Radiant: 0.03%

When Will Rank Reset?

VALORANT resets everyone’s ranks with every new Act. When a new Episode begins, all players need to play 5 placement matches to be placed, with Ascendant 1 being the highest initial placement. To receive your rank in Act 2 or 3, you’ll need to play 1 placement match.

After placement, your Act rank will rise and fall with your wins and losses. Nonetheless, as millions of players grind VALORANT ranks daily, the rank distribution keeps changing. Currently, Episode 6 Act 1 is ongoing. The next rank reset will happen when Episode 6 Act 2 begins on March 07, 2023.

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