Are you short of a few Valorant Points for the new skin bundle?
Lucky for you, there actually is a legit way to get free Valorant Points! You can do this by submitting a request through Riot Games’ support page.
It is important to note that ultimately, Riot Games will be the one to decide how many free Valorant Points they will be handing out through this process.
To make things easier for Valorant fans, we decided to verify the process ourselves.
Step-by-step guide on how to get free Valorant Points
Step 1: Log into your Valorant account
Make sure you’re logged into the correct Valorant account before submitting a request ticket.
Step 2: Submit a request ticket through the Valorant support page and select either “Purchases & In-game Content” or “General”
Fill out the rest of the ticket information needed. We suggest including “Valorant Points (VP)” in your subject line to make it easier for the Player Support Representative to help you.
Additionally, we chose “I need help with something else” as the type of inquiry, and “Weapon Skins” as the type of content.
Step 3: Request a task for free Valorant Points, and wait for a Player Support Representative to respond
You can either request a task for free Valorant Points or attach your completed artwork immediately and await your VP. If you need a specific amount, you can indicate that as well.
Step 4: Submit your artwork to Riot Games’ Player Support Representative
Optionally, if you requested a task, you can wait for a representative to get back to you, then submit your artwork.
This can range from drawings to audio recordings, if you’re fond of doing Valorant agent impressions.
The amount of free Valorant Points given to players also varies, and it is up to the discretion of the Riot Games Player Support Representative, so make sure you give it your best shot.
This program is for players who find themselves lacking a few Valorant Points for certain skins, bundles, player cards, gun buddies, sprays, agent unlocks, or even the next Battle Pass.
League of Legends players started this tradition of sending Riot Games Player Support drawings of champions for Riot Points, a program called “RP Art.”