Valorant account leveling system explained: How to get AP?

Valorant account leveling system explained: How to get AP?
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Among the vast amount of new content that Valorant Episode 3 has brought to the title, the account leveling system is perhaps what confuses most of the players. It is a separate way of leveling up your account from the ranked matchmaking system and takes into account your Account Points (AP) to level up your account. Let's take a detailed look at how the account leveling system works in Valorant and how players can earn APs to get a fancy edge for their accounts.


The account leveling system in Valorant was added alongside the Episode 3 update and aims to reward players for the time spent playing the shooter. In the future, the player cards of Valorant players will show a numerical level based on the amount of time they have spent playing. The card will also feature a colored border that will change every 20 account levels.

The level frames for some of the account level ranges are:

  • Levels 1-99 > Iron
  • Levels 100-199 > Bronze
  • Levels 200-299 > Silver
  • Levels 300-399 > Gold


Currently, earning Account Points (AP) is the only way to flatten out your Valerant account. APs can be earned by playing Valorant games (ranked or unranked). They can also be obtained by playing non-competitive game modes like Spike Rush and Deathmatch.

The number of AP players they receive per game is based on the duration and results of the game.

Remember, AP only helps level up your account and will not affect your Agent Contract or Battle Pass XP levels at all.

Players will need 5,000 AP for each level. They will also receive an additional AP for the first win of the day.

For players who have been playing prior to Episode 3, they will receive an account level based on the time they have spent playing so far. The progression will then continue as usual.

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