In this chapter of our guide to Valorant, you can learn how you may track your stats in the game.
For all players who approach the game in Valorant seriously, the results they achieve are certainly important, that is, all stats which can be analyzed later to draw the right conclusions. Your gaming history available in Valorant is not accurate enough, and it does not allow for an overview of all the games played, making it difficult to keep track of player statistics. If you want to keep track of your progress in the game, you will need the right stat tracker for this.
Valorant - which stat tracker is the best?
At the time of writing this guide Riot API (Application Programming Interface) for Valorant is not available yet, so players must use additional add-ons such as the Overwolf App to track their in-game statistics. So far, a sensible stat tracker for Valorant is tracker.gg.
The tracker.gg platform supports other extremely popular video games such as Call of Duty, Fortnite, Apex Legends and Player Unknown's Battlegrounds. After registering an account and installing the Overwolf app, the player will be able to start tracking his or her valorant statistics, namely:
- K / D Ratio (successful kills (frags) divided by player's deaths).
- The total number of kills and deaths;
- The number of wins (also available in %);
- The longest win streak (number of consecutive wins);
- The total number of kills, assists and deaths per match;
- The total number of assists;
- Separate statistics in Defense and Offensive.
In addition, player will be able to check (in his profile) all in-game unlocked characters, their statistics and check their progress on individual maps as well as check the results of the best players.