Every Valorant pro in ‘Fire Again’ music video

Declan Mclaughlin
The Valorant Masters crowd

Riot Games dropped ‘Fire Again,’ a song with an accompanying music video, featuring multiple Valorant pro cameos, for the upcoming Valorant Champions tournament on August 22.

Riot has released music videos in the past for the League of Legends World Championships that feature professional players from the esport. The videos normally feature prominent players, or past world champions, fighting or chasing after a championship.

In 2021, for that year’s League of Legends World Championship, Riot released ‘Burn it all Down‘ which had multiple professional player inclusions as they fought across the world in an anime-inspired tournament.

For ‘Fire Again,’ Riot has but prominent players at the forefront of the music video, with multiple players announcing their inclusion, and has put multiple Valorant pros in without their knowledge. This has caused fans and players alike to look through the video frame by frame to catch every Easter egg.

All Valorant pros in ‘Fire Again’

There are two types of cameos in ‘Fire Again,’ those that were confirmed beforehand and those that were complete surprises. There are 42 total pro cameos in the video. In the leadup to the song releasing, Riot showcased art for the video which had multiple pros in the promotional graphic.

Those shown off include:

  • Patryk ‘starxo’ Kopczyński
  • Ana Beatriz ‘naxy’ Araujo
  • Juan Pablo ‘NagZ’ Lopez Miranda
  • Tyson ‘TenZ’ Ngo
  • Jake ‘Boaster’ Howlett
  • Gustavo ‘Sacy’ Rossi
  • Michaela ‘mimi’ Lintrup
  • Melanie ‘meL’ Capone
  • Benedict ‘Benkai’ Tan
  • Koji ‘Laz’ Ushida
  • Kim ‘stax’ Gu-taek

Those 11 also feature prominently in the music video. Other pros are only shown off for a frame or two in the video. For example, at 55 seconds in fans can see Alexandre ‘xand’ Zizi for brief second, replacing Raze in the video.

Other sneaky inclusions can be found at 48 seconds that has yet to be identified. Others that have been identified include Ha ‘Sayaplayer’ Jung-woo at one minute 13 seconds of the video and Bryan ‘pANcada’ Lunaat at one minute 31 seconds in. Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesie can be found replacing Chamber at 57 seconds and Jaccob ‘yay’ Whiteaker can be seen at the one minute 27 seconds mark of the video.

The real hunt for Easter eggs starts at two minutes and 50 seconds in, however, as the music climaxes and the main character runs into a beam of light changing into over 20 different Valorant pros.

Those identified so far include:

  • Adil ‘ScreaM’ Benrlitom
  • Oscar ‘mixwell’ Cañellas Colocho
  • Francisco ‘kiNgg’ Aravena
  • Pujan ‘FNS’ Mehta
  • Itthirit ‘foxz’ Ngamsaard
  • Mehmet Yağız ‘cNed’ İpek
  • Matias ‘Saadhak’ Delipetro
  • Trent ‘trent’ Cairns
  • Gabriel ‘shion’ Vilela
  • Leonardo ‘mwzera’ Serrati
  • Erick ‘Xeppaa’ Bach
  • Jason ‘f0rsakeN’ Susanto
  • Aleksander ‘zeek’ Zygmunt
  • Peter ‘Asuna’ Mazuryk
  • Nutchaphon ‘sScary’ Matarat
  • Martin ‘Magnum’ Peňkov
  • Thanachart ‘Surf’ Rungapajaratkul
  • Victor ‘Victor’ Wong
  • Igor ‘Redgar’ Vlasov
  • Kim ‘MaKo’ Myeong-kwan
  • Sarindhorn ‘JinNy’ Wanothayarnchai

The others have yet to be identified by the community or the pro players themselves. Valorant Champions will kick off on August 31 with ‘Fire Again’ as the tournament’s anthem.