It probably is bigger for the moment but we will see. For whatever reason NA is known for game hopping. Play this game for a little bit, it isn't as popular, lets play the new game that just came out. Overwatch was that way, same with PUBG, Apex, and Fortnite. What is weird about Valorant is that it was super popular in the beta, bunch of generated hype, and then it like died and all the hype went away. I played it in beta and season 1 and it was cool but got boring after awhile, doesn't have the same satisfaction. I quit playing it and so did most of my friends or people I knew. I think people realized the game wasn't anything special and overhyped. A lot of streamers/content creators stopped playing it like summit, doc, shroud, timthetatman, xqc, etc. It became only really relevant in NA and then randomly people started playing it again like shroud and other content creators. The NA pros get pretty good views depending who it is, but Valorant is similar to CS as where a lot of pros don't stream unless they're NA. Not a lot of NA or EU cs pros stream CS, same applies to EU Valorant, I don't see a lot of EU pros streaming it, only NA. It's very similar to NA CS mainly because majority of NA VAL pros were NA CS pros (mainly t2/t3) who streamed a lot and just do the same for Val. But its weird because the pro scene wasn't doing very good until shroud started doing watch parties. NA was the most popular getting like 10k-20k views a stream until shroud started doing watch parties (wonder if Riot is paying him) and they started getting like 50-60k. When Ethan started streaming as well, he got like 5k views but only gets like low 1k or lower now. Makes me wonder if its bots. I think people started to play it again mainly in NA because the games mechanics is way easier and easier to learn than CS so it attracts to a lot of noobs or new players. I have a strong feeling Valorant will just be another Overwatch 2.0, popular or relevant for a year or two and then falls off.