How to check the Valorant Pro City Leaderboards

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Valorant Pro City is a discord server created by the famous Valorant streamer Tarik. The server was set up as a form of expression to show the current poor state of the Valorant matchmaking system, which is filled with players throwing matches for the sake of winning crypto bets. As the name suggests, the discord server host custom matches every day between some of the most the best players in NA. At the time of writing, more than 100 players are trying to climb up the ladder, that includes franchise players like Leaf and popular content creators like Itztimmy. You can find the updated Leaderboards of Valorant Pro City daily from the Neatqueue website.

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How to watch Valorant Pro City

Any players as a part of the Valorant Pro City often stream each one of their matches on their respective Twitch channels. You can find all the players of the Valorant Pro City server on the Neatqueue website. Apart from that, Tarik also showcases and discusses the highlight of each day on his Twitch channel.

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How to join Valorant Pro City

Currently, only high Elo content creators and professional players are invited to the server. The selection process is conducted under the guidance of Tarik and the five anonymous council members. Tarik has also stated that the server would be further expanded in the future to include other high Elo players with a division-based system. 

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Vignesh Raja started playing video games at age five and immediately fell in love with them. Though his adventure begins with story-based games like Total Overdose and Prince of Persia, he soon gravitated toward competitive FPS and simulation games. That passion led him to play multiple Esports titles like FIFA, Paladins, and Apex Legends on a semi-professional level since high school. Nowadays, he shares his competitive knowledge by coaching upcoming BR teams and writing guides for Valorant, BitLife, and Roblox.
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