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    Riot maintains ranked Valorant queue in Korea, Spain and Latin America after “healthy” weekend

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    While Riot Games said that Valorant's ranked queues wouldn't stay long in Korea, Spain, and Latin America, the developer has changed his mind.

    We saw healthy ranked queues over the weekend for Korea, Brazil, and LATAM, so we will be leaving them on for the rest of Closed Beta!* (as long as they continue to stay healthy)



    - VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) May 19, 2020

    Valorant ranked queues will remain active in these three regions for the duration of the closed beta, as long as the queues remain “healthy,” Riot announced via Twitter. The ranking mode debuted in the Korean, Brazilian and Latin American regions before this weekend and was supposed to end today.

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    The three regions join North America and Europe in a stable ranked ranking queue. The two western regions received ranked queues more than two weeks ago.

    To play ranked queue, players must play at least 20 unranked matches. 



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