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In this article, we are going to share the way to increase your chances of a Valorant beta invite. If you still waiting to get your invite to Valorant, here is some official information from Riot regarding how to increase your chances. We get this information from Twitter of Valorant Drops. Just continue to read this entire article to find out that information.
DROPS ARE STILL HAPPENING ON TWITCH OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS AND WEEKS
Riot has not stated exactly how lots of invites have gone out. They are stressing that they want to provide a stable experience, that means they are continuing to limit the amount of invites they send. Before tuning in to Twitch, you have to ensure that you have already followed all the steps to link your Riot and Twitch accounts.
TIME SPENT WATCHING MATTERS
Apparently, you need to watch at least two hours of drops enabled tagged Valorant streams to qualify for an invite. Of all the eligible users, a random percentage is going to be given an invite. Riot says that you are able to increase your odds by watching for more than the minimum two hours, but please states that hours watched also has diminishing returns. Therefore, you do not feel need to open 25 streams and leave them running 24 hours a day. Just one is sufficient, when you can. You need to think of watching your two hours as dropping a ticket into a raffle. Watching drops enabled Valorant streams for longer than two hours total is going to increase the size of your ticket. However, there is no will get you more than that one ticket.
YOU CAN GET THE DROP WHEN YOU ARE NOT WATCHING
After you have already passed the 2 hour Valorant watch time, so you are eligible for a drop. It means that you are able to tune in for 2 hours and then never again. It still end up with an invite days later.
DO NOT VIEWBOT ON TWITCH
Although it may be disconcerting to see obvious bot accounts that filling the viewer lists, but Riot and Twitch are aware of this problem. They have the filters in place to ensure that actual people are receiving invites, not the bots.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO BUY OR SELL AN ACCOUNT
You have to note that Riot is taking account buyers and sellers seriously. Riot warns that your account can be banned before launch if you do this.
SOUND ON OR OFF
We have heard the streamers say that you should not mute their stream if you want the drop. But, Riot or Twitch have not made mention of this, and is likely just streamers wanting people hearing them. Personally, we got our drop with a Valorant stream muted and minimized in the background.