On average, it takes between 30 and 40 minutes of real time to play a game in Valorant. As with any other multiplayer game, times can vary depending on a specific match, player skills, and many other factors. There are cases where one-sided games can take as little as 20 minutes with only 13 rounds played. On the other side, however, there can be up to 25 rounds in a single Valorant match. If there is a tie with a score of 12 to 12 (and each round takes between 100 and 110 seconds on average), then some of the longer games can take between 50 and 70 minutes. Related: Tarik Keybinds and Reticle Settings in VALORANT Valorant matches are definitely shorter than other FPS games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. In CS: GO, matches can take up to 90 minutes – almost double the time of a Valorant match. Even though, on average, games last a little over 30 minutes, we still recommend that you set aside at least an hour of your time. You never know how long a match will last. For more articles and guides on Valorant, be sure to look at How to Chat with Everyone and as a Team in Valorant? on Guides.