If you ever wanted to keep track of your Valorant stats when you’re not in the game, then the release of a new Discord bot will let you do just that.
Taking to Reddit, the bot’s creator called ‘just-for-rVAL,’ explains that they’ve been working on a Discord bot that integrates with Valorant. The bot is called Spycam, which is a reference to the Valorant character Cypher’s in-game ability of the same name that allows players to place a spy camera on the map to gather intel on the opposition.
Spycam uses Riot’s official API for pulling the stats and Discord’s in-built slash commands to control the bot within the program itself. Using the /help command makes Discord message you anytime you or your friends play a game of Valorant, updating you on what kind of match was played, the score, K/D ratios, which map was played, and more.
Using the /profile command in Discord will allow you to view all of your stats from the act you’re currently playing in, depicting win/loss ratio, headshot percentage, and more. Meanwhile, the /streak command lets you see stats pertaining to your current winning or losing streak, like time elapsed and total KDA.
Since posting about Spycam on Reddit, just-for-rVAL says that their bot quickly hit the 100 server limit, and that Spycam is now on a waiting list to be fully verified by Discord so that it can be allowed to spread to more servers.
If you’re a keen Valorant player, aside from installing Spycam, you might like to know when you can head to the Valorant Night Market, or find out what characters are overpowered in our Valorant agent tier list so that you can more easily climb the ranks and crush the opposition.