Top Five Highest-Earning Indian Valorant Players

Ahsan Kabir
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Top Five Highest-Earning Indian Valorant Players


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Discover the leading figure in Indian Valorant, setting benchmarks in tournaments and earnings.
From CS:GO to Valorant, one player's journey reflects adaptability and relentless pursuit of victory.
DeathMakeR tops the list with highest earnings in the lot.

The Indian esports scene has soared to new heights, where competition is fierce and the rewards are lucrative. This article delves into the journeys and triumphs of the five highest-earning Indian Valorant players, showcasing their dedication, skill, and contribution to the esports landscape.

Join us as we explore their path to success and the impact they have made on the esports scene in India.

Top Five Highest-Earning Indian Valorant Players

1. Akram "Rawfiul" Virani

Rawfiul with earnings of $26,598.27 from 25 tournaments, ranks first. His largest single-tournament earnings came from winning the VCL 2023: South Asia Split 2, which contributed $5,833.33 to his total prize money.

His success story includes a mix of team efforts and individual brilliance, showcasing his skills on the Valorant battlefield.

2. Sabyasachi "antidote" Bose

Antidote follows with total earnings of $32,497.16 from 38 tournaments. His journey in esports has been marked by a significant victory in the VCL 2023: South Asia Split 2, where he won $5,833.33, which represents a substantial portion of his total earnings.

His consistent performance in both Valorant and previously in CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) highlights his adaptability and prowess in competitive gaming.

3. Sagnik "Hellff" Roy

Hellff has accumulated $28,484.45 from 39 tournaments, positioning him third. Notably, his win at the VALORANT Conquerors Championship 2022: Stage 1 was a standout achievement, adding $3,000 to his total earnings.

His journey through the Valorant scene reflects his dedication and competitive spirit, making him one of India's elite players.

4. Debanjan "DeathMakeR" Das

DeathMakeR takes the fourth spot with total earnings of $33,696.79 USD from 40 tournaments. His most significant achievement include winning the Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022: Stage 1, which added a hefty $3,000 to his total prize money.

He has demonstrated versatility and skill, securing his place as a prominent figure in the Indian Valorant scene.

5. Rishi "RvK" Vijayakumar

RvK rounds out the top five with $24,460.89 earned from 27 tournaments. His most significant win came from the VCL 2023: South Asia Split 2, where he earned $5,833.33.

His ability to perform under pressure and his contribution to his team's successes have established him as a key player in the Indian Valorant community.

These players have not only excelled in Valorant but also contributed significantly to the growth of Valorant esports in India. Their achievements serve as an inspiration to aspiring gamers, showcasing the potential of esports as a professional career path.

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Ahsan is a content writer for AFK Gaming. As part of the client services team, he works in influencer business as well as esports & gaming content production. He is also a serious fps player with professional-level experience in COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile.