Valorant Store Checker


How to Use Valorant Store Checker?

Abhimannu Das
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Valorant Store Checker is a third-party website that allows you to check what skins are available in the store.
It requires access to your username and password to use the daily shop feature which can be very risky.
The website is not approved by Riot Games and you should use the service at your own risk.

Valorant Store Checker allows you to view the in-game shop online. With Riot Games constantly adding new skins and offering players unique selections of skins via the Night Market, you might be tempted to see what is available in your store even when you are not playing Valorant. Valorant Store Checker is a community-made website that helps solve this problem by giving you a quick look at the in-game store without you needing to log in to the game.

How to use Valorant Store Checker

If you want to use Valorant Store Checker

  1. Head to

  2. Click on Home to view the current bundle that is available in the store

  3. Head to the Daily Store

  4. Put in your login details

  5. View what skins are available for your account as part of the daily rotation

Note: Valorant Store Checker is not authorized by Riot Games. Players need to use their own discretion when submitting their account details to third-party websites.

Valorant Store Checker uses the Riot Games API to access your information and shows you what items are available in your shop. You can check the bundle items and skin prices without putting in your personal information. However, if you want to check your daily store. The website will collect account information including your username and password. It is strongly recommended to have two-factor authentication enabled if you want to use Valorant Store Checker.

Here’s how you can enable two-factor-authentication

  1. Sign in to your Riot account page.

  2. Navigate to the Sign-In & Security tab.

  3. Locate the 2-factor authentication card.

  4. Click the Resend email button.

  5. Navigate to the inbox of your connected email address.

  6. Find and open the MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) email you received from Riot games.
    (If you don’t see the email in your inbox, check the spam folder.)

  7. From the email, click the Enable Two-Factor Authentication button.

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.

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