Valorant Mobile Beta Sign Up

The Valorant Mobile beta has just started in some parts of the world. Riot Games’ popular tactical shooter has quickly become one of the most popular competitive FPS titles, and now it’s coming to our mobile devices. The existence of the mobile port has been confirmed back in 2021, and since then, the Valorant community has been waiting impatiently to finally try the game. Now, when the beta is finally here, here’s how to register for Valorant Mobile beta testing.

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Valorant Mobile Beta Sign Up
One of the leaked beta screenshots, via Danny INTEL

How To Register For Valorant Mobile Beta

As of April 7th 2022, Valorant Mobile beta testing has officially started. But currently, the beta is only available in China. It is a standard procedure for publishers to first test their mobile games in China. That’s the biggest and most lucrative mobile gaming market in the world. Though, the fact that the game is already playable in China means that we can expect it soon to become available in other regions as well. Our bet is that the beta will soon come to the SEA region, and then Europe. But when exactly is yet to be officially confirmed.

If you want to stay informed on when will the beta become available, you can pre-register for the game. You can pre-register for Valorant Mobile via the TapTap app. Just head to the Valorant Mobile page, sign up, choose your platform, and register for Valorant Mobile beta. As soon as the game becomes available in your region, you will be informed.

As to what to expect from the beta, most info that we currently know comes from the Chinese beta. Leaked images confirm that Jett, Phoenix, Reyna, Breach, Skye, Sova, Cypher, Raze, and Killjoy will be playable. We can also see a new in-game interface that showcases some parts of the mobile control system. For now, that’s all we know about the Valorant Mobile beta, but we will update the article as soon as new information comes to light.

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