Valorant is one of the biggest growing eSports and Streaming titles on the planet, so it was no surprise when massively popular content creator Pokimane began streaming the title on her channels.
Pokimane has been streaming Valorant for quite some time, with the player gaining Diamond rank three times during her Valorant career.
The Twitch streamer would manage to hit another milestone whilst playing Valorant in Episode 3 Act 2.
Pokimane took to Twitter to confirm in September 2021 that she had reached Immortal rank in Valorant.
The streamer tweeted: “After being Diamond for 3 Acts, I finally hit Immortal!. “So freaking happy and proud of myself.
“It’s taking all my willpower not to debate people trying to discredit me, but whatever! I’m so happy.”
As Pokimane alluded to, she has been subject to sexism, hate and trolls online for being a female gamer, however, this has not deterred her from becoming one of the best Valorant players in the world.
Is Pokimane Immortal level on Valorant?
So what does this mean? Well, the ranking system in Valorant is used to determine where a player sits in terms of their ability.
When Pokimane was in the Diamond tier, it meant that she was in the top 1.5% of Valorant players on the planet.
Now that Pokimane is at Immortal level, she is in the top 0.5% of Valorant players worldwide, with only the Radiant level left to get for the streamer.
There are eight ranks/divisions in the Valorant ranking system, these are:
- Radiant (previously called “Valorant”)
The first six ranks in the game also have three tiers, or sub-ranks, each. You need to complete these to advance to the next rank. The final two ranks, Immortal and Radiant, only have one tier each. Excluding the Unranked tier, there are twenty ranks overall in Valorant.
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