Riot Games wants to celebrate Pride Month by launching the exclusive Valorant Pride card. And here’s all you need to know about the redemption process for playing cards, codes and end date.
Valorant is one of the most popular first person shooters right now. Millions of players love to paint the game for hours with a dream of ranking up to Radiant. Besides competitive games Valorant bends some fascinating weapon skins and playing cards.
Last month, Valorant developers announced that the LGBTQI + player cards would be available in June. These Pride cards adorn beautiful rainbow colors that represent the LGBTQI + community.
- More: Valorant Duality Player Card: How to redeem, code
According to Valorant devs, the card with the rainbow flag represents the entire LGBTQI + community. In addition, six other Pride cards will be available in the game:
- Blue, pink, white: Transgender people.
- Pink, yellow, blue: Pansexual people.
- Yellow, white, purple, black: Non-binary people.
- Pink, purple, blue: Bisexual people.
- Purple, white, gray, black: Asexual people.
- Red, orange, white, pink, purple: Gay women.
Valorant Pride Cards: time limit
Riot Games released these fantastic Valorant player cards June 3, 2021, and the cards will be available for redemption until June 30, 2021.
Once redeemed, Pride Cards will be available in your game forever. However, you can only redeem the cards from the Code Redemption website until the end of June. So be sure to grab these free playing cards before time runs out.
How to redeem Valorant Pride Player cards
Like the Duality Card, everyone Valorant Pride Cards can be redeemed at the code redemption site; and here is the process you need to follow:
- First, visit the website redeem.playvalorant.com.
- Then log in to your Riot account.
- Finally, use the redemption codes to claim your free player card.
Here are also the codes for all seven Pride playing cards:
- Cotton candy
Valorant’s the code redemption website sometimes displays the error ‘503 Service Unavailable’ due to high traffic. Either way, it’s best not to lose hope so quickly, so keep updating the site to redeem these free playing cards.
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