How to use Valorant Elo Tracking Overlay | Elo checker

How to use the Valorant Elo Tracking Overlay | Valorant Overlay
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You can now add a widget to your stream that will allow you to track ELO points as you compete in Valorant's Riot mode.

At the beginning of December 23, RumbleMike on GitHub, where the 16-year-old American revealed the ELO system of Riot's rated Valorant mode. In our last article, we discussed the executable of the first one and the steps to download it.

How to use the Valorant Elo Tracking Overlay | Valorant Elo
image via Riot Games

Today RumbleMike is back with another viable "VALUE OVERLAY" project where the previously revealed ELO system can now be displayed on your streams (if it does) as an overlay. This widget is updated every 10 seconds.

Before configuring this, be sure to download the following files: [x86 Version]

OR [x64 Version]

Let's take a look at the steps to download and install:

    1.Visit the RumbleMike GitHub here where the project is shown.

    2. Press Download.

    3. Remove the. ZIP archive in any preferred location.

    4. Now open the extracted folder and go to the references folder. Here you will find a TTF file (font file) and a Config.Json.

    5. Open "Config.Json" with any text editor.

    6. Enter your Login Details along with the credential for your region.

‘na’ for North America (Players from Latin America CAN USE NORTH AMERICA), ‘eu’ for Europe, ‘ap’ for OCE, Africa, Australia, ‘ko’ for Korea, and ‘br’ for Brazil.

    7. Set your delay. This is how often your rank and ranking points are updated based on the developer. The recommended delay is 10-20 seconds. The file will look like this:


“username” : “Username”,

“password” : “Password”,

“region” : “region”,

“refreshtime” : 10

Make sure you put a 10+ seconds delay as the executable might avoid any parameter less than 10.

    8. Launch the application that will then welcome you with a pop-up window, from the Windows Smart Screen. This usually happens because the first one is not signed by the author of the code.

    9. After successfully launching it, you will see a window with the rank points won/lost parameters based on your last 3 matches. Numbers in green denote the match won, while those in red denote a loss.

    10. Capture the windows via OBS and you are good to go.


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