If you are able to find exploits in Vanguard, the anti-cheat system of Valuing, you could earn up to $ 100.

Riot Games has indeed proposed one size to players who will be able to find flaws in the software house's proprietary program, designed to stem incorrect users. As reported by the company, the rewards will be between $ 25 and $ 100, a figure that will depend on the impact of the problem found. Riot asks to accompany the reports with concrete evidence exploits and detailed reports, so you can eventually replicate the problem independently and work accordingly.

Valorant's anti-cheat system, in recent days, had generated several controversies when it was discovered that the program starts automatically when the PC is turned on and continues to work in the background even when not playing the title of Riot. A feature that created a bit of discontent within the community and who knows, they could soon be dormant. Maybe with the opportunity to earn a nice sum.