Valorant Hackers Can Earn Up To $100,000 For Exposing Exploits

Valorant Hackers Can Earn Up To $100,000 For Exposing Exploits

Video games that make their debut on the PC platform have plenty to go through before said games are ready to be made available to the public. This is of course where beta tests come in, though oftentimes companies need to reach out to various 3rd party communities to help ensure that their games are secure and free of potential exploits. Riot Games appears to be looking for some help in that regard for Valorant, with the company now offering cash rewards for those that can uncover potential exploits.

Riot Games recently took to the hackerone community to offer up monetary rewards for those that are able to uncover and report potential Valorant exploits. “If you’re able to help us protect our players and their data by responsibly identifying new security issues for us to fix, you are awesome and we want to reward you,” Riot Games reveals on the website.

Qualifying bugs will be rewarded based on severity. Our minimum reward is $250 USD. Rewards are granted entirely at the discretion of Riot. Publicly disclosing your bug without coordinating with us may lead to being ineligible for a bounty. We will judge this on a case by case basis.”

There are numerous restrictions and suggestions laid out by Riot in order to help optimize the submission process for those looking to snag some of those cool cash rewards. It’s nice to see that Riot is committed to protecting Valorant and its growing community of players. Those looking to learn more can do so right here.

Valorant is now in closed beta on PC.

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Ryan is the Lead Editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.

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