5 Best Valorant Pros who main Reyna in Episode 4 Act 3

Best professional players who main Reyna (Image via Sportskeeda)
Best professional players who main Reyna (Image via Sportskeeda)

Valorant has become an immensely popular competitive FPS game since its launch in June 2020. Riot Games has been regularly providing updates to its first ever tactical shooter, which has kept fans engaged over the couple of years since its release.

The game was originally launched with five agents with two more that could be unlocked by levelling up, and it has 19 agents in the game as of now. The number of maps has increased to seven from the four that were originally available at launch.

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Reyna is a Duelist Agent with a few simple yet effective abilities. Her abilities include Leer, Devour, Dismissal, and her ultimate, Empress. Using all of these abilities effectively in competitive matches requires quite a lot of skill, which only a few players possess in the top tier.

Newbie players and even veteran players can learn from the gameplay and tactics that pro Valorant players use in competitive matches. Ranking Reyna mains can be tough as Reyna has a very low pick rate in recent tournaments and professional players switch up their roles quite often. Here are some of the best pro Reyna players in the business.


Best Reyna mains in professional Valorant tournaments

5) Asuna

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Peter "Asuna" Mazuryk is an American player of Ukrainian descent who currently plays for 100 Thieves. Asuna has been a popular name in the professional Valorant circle since its inception.

Known as one of the best players in professional leagues, he spends his free time grinding in Valorant’s ranked queue. Even though the team didn't perform well in Valorant Champions Tour 2022 NA Stage 1 Challengers 1, Asuna supported his team with skillful plays.


4) ScreaM

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Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom from Team Liquid is arguably the best Reyna player. ScreaM is known for his ultra-aggressive playstyle and one taps. He is a former Counter Strike Global Offensive Professional who left the scene to advance in esports career and joined Team Liquid’s Valorant roster.

ScreaM is known for his insane pin-point accuracy and going up against ScreaM while he is on Reyna is a nightmare for even the top professional Valorant players.


3) Jonn

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Walney “Jonn” Reis is a Brazilian Reyna main who currently plays for Ninjas in Pyjamas (NiP). He recently joined NiP in January 2022 moving on from his former team, Gamelanders Blue. His total winning stands at around $11,000 from tournaments.

Before the start of VCT Masters: Reykjavik, NiP were the underdogs going up against Fnatic, but Nip crushed Fnatic in a resounding 2-0 win, NiP dominated both games aggressively, and didn’t give Fnatic a chance for a comeback.

Although they couldn’t defeat DRX or ZETA DIVISION to make it to the playoffs in VCT Masters: Reykjavik, Jonn playing Reyna helped them to qualify for the tournament and is touted as Brazil’s 2nd best team now.


2) cNed

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Mehmet Yağız "cNed" İpek (born January 18, 2002) is a Turkish player who currently plays for Acend. He used to play Reyna in his old team known as Futbolist.

He arguably became the best Jett in the world with Acend, winning the 2021 Champions. He plays Reyna quite well, especially in clutch situations, and continues to do so in Stage 2 EMEA Challengers.


1) Jinggg

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Wang Jing "Jinggg" Jie is a Valorant player from Singapore. He currently plays for Paper Rex, who has reportedly admitted that they struggled with consistency before adding Jinggg to the roster. Reyna has a pick rate of only 5 percent at the Masters Reykjavik and has largely fallen out of favour in the pro meta as her abilities mostly benefit herself and do little to help set up a team play.

However, none of that mattered to Jinggg as he went on a rampage at the recent masters, stopping DRX in its tracks. When Reyna gets started she’s very hard to stop and Jinggg showed us why that is at the recent Valorant Masters.

Note: This article reflects the author's views.

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Edited by Mayank Shete