Valorant Betting

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Compared to other first-person shooter games, Valorant is relatively new in video games. This game was specifically designed for gamers who prefer to play on a computer instead of on a gaming console.

Picklebet gives Valorant enthusiasts the chance to win cash while participating in or watching a Valorant battle. Simply place your bet on a team in a head-to-head match, and sit back—or participate in the battle. Check back in to see if your bet paid off in the end.

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A History of Valorant

Since Valorant only released in 2020, it doesn’t have an extensive industry history. However, there are some interesting facts associated with this game:

A different title

The concept for Valorant was originally released in 2019 under the title, “Project A”. Developers tested the game using beta groups during April 2020. After beta testing ended on May 28, 2020, and before its release on June 2, 2020, the name changed to Valorant, which was well-accepted by the gaming community.

Anti-cheat software

Riot Games, the developers and publishers of Valorant, took extra steps to reduce the possibility of cheating. Players criticized Riot Games for its use of anti-cheating software because many thought that the company was using the software as a way to spy on the gaming preferences of its users.

A mobile version

In June 2021, Riot Games announced that they plan to create a mobile version of Valorant. Although the date of the mobile version hasn’t been released yet, the announcement comes in the wake of the game documenting 14 million monthly players since its launch last year.

Common Questions

We receive questions from clients each day regarding our platform and what they stand to gain by registering for a Picklebet account. Some examples include:

I don’t see a Valorant match that interests me. Could I place a bet on events other than Valorant?

Yes: once you validate and fund your Picklebet account, you can place a bet on any game featured on our site. You may want to place a bet on a Call of Duty game or a soccer or cricket match instead of a Valorant game. If you have money in your player account, you will be able to place a bet on your game of choice.

I’m having trouble setting up an account or placing a bet. What should I do?

If you have any problems managing your account or placing a bet, we recommend that you reach out to our customer service team. For immediate responses, we suggest that you take advantage of our chat option, which puts you in direct contact with us. If your inquiry isn’t urgent, you can use our support email address, and we will respond to you as soon as possible.

Can I bet on more than one game at a time?

Yes: Valorant games tend to appear sporadically throughout the day, so we recommend that you check in regularly to see the latest events. If you see more than one event that you like, and if you have the funds in your account, you can place a bet on as many events as you wish.

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