Valorant has taken the world by storm and many aspiring teenagers are looking to crack the competitive ladder. Are you among them as well? If you are, then you would know that Valorant requires precise controls and immaculate game settings. Having the ideal settings can be the difference between winning or losing a very important match.
Nobody knows the best Valorant settings, except the Pro players themselves. These players have honed down each and every aspect of their settings and fine-tuned all the little nooks and crannies. Therefore, I will provide you the game settings, mouse sensitivity, monitor settings and gaming gear of the Valorant Pros. This will allow you to experience how the Pros play their game and what settings they use. You can replicate these settings for a guaranteed improvement in your gameplay.
In this list I have compiled the information of all your favorite professional players including Sinatraa, Brax, and Tenz. However, this list is not only limited to these players. In the list you will find all the professional Valorant players that have touched the game.
Providing you with just the settings of these professional players is not our only goal. To ensure you get the latest information we have set up a stringent update process. Bi-monthly we go through each article and check for any possible changes in the pro settings. If any such changes are present, we update the article accordingly. Still, if you find any outdated information in our articles, feel free to let us know in the comment section. Upon the verification of your suggestion, we will update the article accordingly.If you look down below, you will see that there are letters with some player names. The letters used are abbreviations. The following is the meaning of each letter: coach (C), manager/organization entourage (M), content creator/streamer (S), benched/inactive (B), loaned (L), and Free Agent (FA).