Dota 2 Champion Yatoro Achieves Diamond 1 Rank in VALORANT
Illya 'Yatoro' Mulyarchuk the two time TI winner now excelling in Valorant's competitive ranks
Yatoro, a two-time The International (TI) champion, has demonstrated his exceptional gaming skills by achieving a significant milestone in Valorant, the competitive shooter developed by Riot Games.
At just 20 years old, Yatoro has already established himself as one of the greatest carry players in Dota 2. His recent venture into Valorant, however, showcases his adaptability and talent across multiple gaming platforms. Yatoro shared a screenshot on his Telegram channel, revealing his impressive achievement of reaching Diamond 1 rank in Valorant.
The significance of Yatoro's achievement in Valorant cannot be understated. Diamond 1 rank places him in the top 3.8 percentile of Valorant players worldwide, an equivalent standing to high Divine rank in Dota 2. This level in Valorant is preceded by Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Iron ranks, and followed by the higher echelons of Ascendant, Immortal, and Radiant. The rarity of players reaching such heights in Valorant underscores the difficulty and prestige associated with Yatoro's accomplishment.
Yatoro just reached Diamond 1 (pre-highest rank, 3.8% of all players) in VALORANT.— Arseny Kuzminsky (@_koozya) November 11, 2023
He’s just gifted. pic.twitter.com/JvnLjENRZu
Fans of Team Spirit, where Yatoro has made a name for himself in the Dota 2 scene, are understandably thrilled with his success in Valorant. His achievement in reaching Diamond 1 is a feat that many in the Valorant community aspire to but only a few can attain.