Valorant Beta Drops GUIDE
Not everyone was fortunate enough to get a beta drop for Valorant on April 3rd. Since then, millions of people having been watching Twitch streams in hopes of a beta key to access Valorant and get a feel for Riot’s new 5v5 first person-shooter.
Originally only a select few streamers were allowed to offer drops on their channel, limiting the watchable streams offering beta access.
Recently, the staff released a message saying that drops will be enabled on all Twitch channels streaming Valorant. This is great news for streamers who have keys but couldn’t offer drops.
However, the odds of receiving a key haven’t changed, so feel free to support any streamer you chose knowing the odds are equal everywhere.
So how do you get Valorant Beta Keys?
- Link your riot account with your Twitch account
- Watch Valorant streams on Twitch
- Pass the threshold of hours watched (roughly 2)
- Wait (drops are given even if offline)
It’s as simple as that!
The beta key isn’t a key you’ll receive like you usually would to unlock access. You automatically are given access to Valorant and will be able to play after receiving a Twitch notification stating you’ve received the drop.