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Riot Games is celebrating Pride month this year with in-game items redeemable for all of their titles. This year’s Pride celebration for VALORANT comes in the form of new calling cards representing different Pride flags. Players can choose between seven different calling cards to show their pride or their support in-game. All of the new cards are available for free with their corresponding codes. The event also introduced two free titles available to be redeemed.

VALORANT redemption codes for free Pride calling cards.
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VALORANT Pride collection codes

There are seven new calling cards in the Pride event. Each card uses a vibrant color scheme representing a different pride flag. We have included a list detailing each card’s colors, the corresponding group being represented and the code with which you can redeem the card for free.

Flag colorsRepresentationRedeem code
Purple, blue, green, yellow, orange and redLBTQIA+ prideprismatic
Blue, pink and whiteTransgender pridecottoncandy
Pink, yellow and bluePansexual prideprimary
Yellow, purple, white and blackNon-binary pridegalactic
Pink, purple and blueBisexual pridesunset
Purple, white, grey and blackAsexual pridetwilight
Red, orange, white, pink and purpleLesbian pridesherbert or sherbet

VALORANT’s Pride 2021 event also gives players access to two free titles:

  • “Proud” Title. Code: JUBILANT01
  • “Ally” Title. Code: JUBILANT02

You can redeem all seven calling cards and two free titles on the official VALORANT redemption page.

Redeem codes in VALORANT

VALORANT introduced the redeem system during VALORANT Champions Tour: Masters 2. On the final day of competition, VALORANT released a lore trailer called ‘Duality’ which allowed players to redeem a limited-edition calling card. This was the first use of Riot Games’ redeem system on the VALORANT website.

For days the redeem webpage was bogged down with thousands of requests for the calling card. This issue seems to have risen again with the current Pride event. VALORANT released a statement on Twitter saying that they were actively working on a fix for the site being down for so long.

Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, and Valorant. When Danny is not writing about all the latest news, he can be found on the 100 Thieves / Seattle Surge Discord or playing Call of Duty.