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30+ Free Valorant Accounts with Skins

Valorant is a first-person shooter game developed by Riot Games.

In the game, you need to attack and defend for 13 rounds using gunplay and abilities.

You have one life per-round, so you need to outsmart your opponent to survive.

There are multiple modes like competitive, unraked, spike rush, and deathmatch.

Choose from multiple Agents armed with unique abilities that complement your gunplay.

Every map allows you to showcase your thinking as they are built for team strategies and clutch moments.

This article contains a list of free Valorant accounts with skins, usernames, email addresses, and passwords.

Is Valorant free?

Yes, Valorant is free to play and you can download it here: https://playvalorant.com/.

Although Valorant is free, you can purchase in-game items using real money.

An in-game item that you can purchase is called “Valorant Points”.

Valorant Points (VP) can be used to purchase skins and Agents.

How to get free Valorant VP and skins

1. Survey Junkie

Survey Junkie is a survey platform where you can get Valorant VP and skins and cash from research activities.

It’s one of the top-rated survey sites on Trustpilot with an average of 4.3 stars and over 40,000+ reviews.

To get started, you need to create an account for free, complete your profile, and verify your email address.

After you’ve signed up, you can share your opinion by doing surveys in exchange for rewards.

2. Swagbucks

Swagbucks is the best loyalty and consumer rewards program.

It offers gift cards like PayPal cash to redeem to buy Valorant skins.

When you finish a survey, you’ll get points called SB that you can use to redeem money (100 SB for $1 USD).

Since its creation, Swagbucks has rewarded over $820 million to its members.

On Trustpilot, the site has more than 31,000 reviews with an average of 4.3 stars.

To join the program, sign up for a $10 bonus, verify your email address, and begin doing surveys.

3. Toluna

Toluna is an interactive way to share your opinion and get rewarded quickly.

You can do multiple surveys to get free CarX Street silver and gold.

The platform has over 21 million users in 28 languages and 50 countries.

You have the power to impact the largest brands in the world and get rewarded for it.

The surveys are free to complete and you’ll be awarded points for the majority of activities.

How to create a free Valorant account

To create a free Valorant account, you need to create a Riot account.

Having a Riot account allows you to play all Riot games.

To create a Riot account, go to https://www.riotgames.com/ and click on the “Sign in” button.

Click on “Create account” and create an account using your email, Facebook, Google, Apple, or Xbox.

Free Valorant accounts

Free Valorant accounts

List of free Valorant accounts with skins:

Email addressPassword

The free Valorant accounts above are limited, so you need to log in to them before anyone else.

Some of the accounts contain skins and points while others do not.

Please do not change the password for any Valorant account so that other players can log in to them.

If you cannot log in to an account, it means that someone has changed the account’s password or deleted it.

If the account’s password has changed, you can try logging in to another account on the table above.

It can also happen because you’ve entered the wrong password.

Commonly confused letters and numbers are “S” and “5”, and “O” and “0”.

New Valorant accounts will be added to the list in the future.

You can bookmark this page (select the star icon on the URL field for Chrome) and come back later for more free accounts when the table is updated.

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