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Valorant competitive future
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Brazil xaxaxaxax 
do you think valorant will have a thriving competitive scene? I mean, the game is cool and pretty fun to play, but watching valorant is so boring and a mess on your screen, you can see that seeing the valorant numbers on the twitch dropped a lot in the last month when the keys were no longer being dropped. Riot gonna have a lot of work with this one.
2020-07-01 00:45
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games gonna do good but not going to be very popular as in esports scene and tournament viewership unless they introduce a similiar system to major drops for example, if you watch a stream you get a skin or some shit idk
2020-07-01 00:48
Its gonna be like PUBG only Asia is gonna care about the game
2020-07-01 01:38
i hope the trash cs players dominate valorant pro scene
2020-07-01 00:49
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France Il_padrino 
same
2020-07-01 00:55
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Sweden Sw3dz 
If Riot Games develop a decent UI for the tournament games on Twitch, then maybe it will work
2020-07-01 00:50
i think just for the fact that it has RIOT behind, will make it probably bigger than csgo when it comes to price pools and leagues.
2020-07-01 00:51
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Brazil xaxaxaxax 
I agree with you, but the price pools and leagues maybe attract the pro players to move to the game, but how attract the attention of the public for the tournaments? The game is so boring to watch, but let’s see how riot gonna do it, they have potention for it.
2020-07-01 00:58
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United States Phamous3k 
What are the main elements that make CSGO exciting to watch in your opinion?
2020-07-01 01:12
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Brazil xaxaxaxax 
competitiveness strategy some plays and players and the matches have some emotional power like football, that feeling when a team turns the score of a game that was practically finished, when a player make just a magical play, some mind games during the match This is the magic of cs, and i don't see that in valorant for now, at least, but the game is too new yet and we can say that nor is it completely finished, but i hope i can get this same feeling with valorant in the future, i really like to watch fps competitive tournaments, but valorant just don't get my attention in this regard for now
2020-07-01 01:19
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United States Phamous3k 
Personally, Valorant's spectator mode needs an overhaul... It's not as simple as CS where everyone has 2 flashes, smoke & molly so, they can borrow Siege's template to showcase abilities and also just things like x-rays, tracers, etc. Shit needs some work Strategies, competitiveness etc. will build as Valorant in general develops... Its so early that can't really gauge much. Same with players it'll take time for the coldzera's, s1mple's etc. I think CSGO biggest advantage is it's history... Like mibr, Team Liquid, Astralis, etc. Seeing rivals play at a high level is engaging. You're starting to see that with Rainbow Six: SIege and it'll take time for that to happen in Valorant. Good points tho.
2020-07-01 01:43
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United States Fitzy0 
The only thing currently preventing them from making it big in esports it that most orgs are losing money and can't afford to pay more salaries. They also have no good specator system currently.
2020-07-01 00:52
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Brazil xaxaxaxax 
Spectators gonna have a lot of work with valorant, is just a fucking mess, magic and shoots being throwing all over the map all the time, the chances to miss something is more big than the chance of get something good for the public
2020-07-01 01:00
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United States Fitzy0 
Yeah for sure, and if both side's utility is shown on the minimap, its a complete mess
2020-07-01 01:29
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Poland DefeN 
I like the game but I highly doubt it'll ever dethrone cs:go as a competitive fps. Most of us watch cs for spectacular plays and tactical brilliance of the teams so we can admire their genius, and right now I simply see no place for that in Valorant.
2020-07-01 01:01
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Portugal NabasKi 
Of course not, cs has all the legacy behind it and there will be a lot of people playing it on a regular basis as well.
2020-07-01 01:02
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United States Fitzy0 
In EU tho, VALORANT will probably take over in NA
2020-07-01 01:29
#17
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Portugal NabasKi 
Maybe.
2020-07-01 01:30
#21
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United States Fitzy0 
Cs only has 50,000 concurrent players in NA which is like an eight of what it is in EU, VALORANT is trending upwards significantly, and now that lots of "influencers" are interested in Valorant as well, it's only attracting more and more people
2020-07-01 01:39
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Portugal NabasKi 
Probably.
2020-07-01 01:02
nope
2020-07-01 01:15
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Canada thech0sen1 
The game is super slow competitively. Surprising since you start half way up the map.
2020-07-01 01:36
I expect it to be at the level of R6.
2020-07-01 01:38
The maps are difficult to understand, the abilities makes the game more chaotic, the viewing experience sucks. I don't know if I should believe in the pro scene (dominated by former CS pros, probably a huge ad for CSGO)
2020-07-01 01:46
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