Subroza’s settings, keybinds, and crosshair for VALORANT

The ins and outs of Subroza's settings.

Neon, Reyna, and Killjoy from VALORANT.
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Yassine “Subroza” Taoufik announced his exit from the professional Counter-Strike scene in April 2020, saying goodbye to one tactical shooter and picking up another.

After briefly playing for mouseSpaz in 2020, Subroza moved on to TSM alongside players like Wardell. Despite some success with the team, Subroza ended up putting pro play to the wayside and focusing on streaming. On Twitch, he has enjoyed a stable career, frequently bringing in an average of 3,000 viewers, according to Stream Charts.

Here’s his full list of VALORANT settings.

Mouse Settings

DPI800In-game Sensitivity0.277
eDPI221.6Scoped Sensitivity1
Polling Rate1000Windows Sensitivity6
Logitech G Pro X Superlight

Crosshair Settings

ColorCyanInner Lines1 / 3 / 1 / 3
OutlinesOn / 0.715 / 1Outer Lines0 / 0 / 0 / 0
Center Dot OffFade / Movement / Firing ErrorOff / Off / Off

Key Bindings

CrouchLeft Ctrl
WalkLeft Alt
JumpSpace Bar
Ability 1Middle Mouse Button
Ability 2Mouse 4
Ability 3Mouse 5
Ultimate AbilityC
Logitech G Pro X Mechanical Keyboard

Make sure to try these settings out before playing competitively in order to make sure these are right for you.

Video Settings

Material QualityLowAnti-AliasingNone
Detail QualityLowAnisotropic Filtering1x
Texture QualityLowImprove ClarityOn
UI QualityMediumBloomOff
VsyncOffFirst Person ShadowsOff
Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090

Map Settings

RotateRotate / Based on Side
Keep Player CenteredOn
Minimap Size1.2
Minimap Zoom0.707
Minimap Vision ConesOn
Show Map Region NamesOnly in Buy Phase


Jerome Heath
Associate Editor. Brit stranded thousands of miles from home on a tiny little island that looks like a sweet potato. League of Legends? He's aware of it. VALORANT? Might have heard of it. Counter-Strike? Sounds vaguely familiar.

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