Games matchmaking company Teams.gg announced it will now extend its free services to VALORANT. Founded by James Duffield, Tom Russell, and Stuart Crouchman, Teams.gg originally targeted the CS:GO esports community but has partnered with Riot Games for new matchmaking experience to players.
“Extending our platform to VALORANT felt natural considering the similarities to CS:GO and how VALORANT esports is exploding all around the world,” CEO James Duffield said on speaking about expanding its service to VALORANT, We’re excited to see how the players react and, who knows, maybe we can help forge a future VCT Championship roster!”
🥳 TEAMS for @PlayVALORANT is here! (pls RT! <3)
Looking for an Immortal DuoQ partner or a 5-stack to climb the ranks? This is for you.https://t.co/nNNSRnG7xZ
— TEAMS.gg (@TEAMS_gg) July 28, 2021
Teams.gg Matchmaking Algorithm
With outstanding success in CS:GO, Teams.gg wants to provide VALORANT players exclusive opportunities to find suitable teammates. Since VALORANT’s launch, Riot Games has been actively inventing ways to reduce queue times and match teammates with similar skills and goals. Providing players with teammates matching their skills, experience, and commitment can improve players’ ranking.
In team-based games like CS:GO and VALORANT, scaling up the ranks with ease means working together with a great team. Teams.gg uses an algorithm that allows players to quickly and easily discover players like them. It allows players to connect