UPDATE APRIL 21: Riot has reported that they're aware of the issues facing EU players when logging into servers, and said they'll inform fans when to expect a fix when they have more information on the problems.
EU VALORANT servers are having issues with game starts and character selects. We're rebooting a number of services to troubleshoot the problem and will have a time-to-fix when we know what's going on.
— VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) April 21, 2020
Valorant players in Europe have reported widespread server issues preventing them from logging in or finding matches, with users experiencing the problems on April 21.
Shortly after 7 PM GMT, players in Europe began reporting issues with logging into Valorant, and getting a game in queue once they were in.
According to outage maps of Valorant issues, Europe has lit up like a firework on April 21, with high numbers of outages reported around London, Northern Europe and parts of Spain.
Valorant is scheduled to have official downtime for maintenance starting at 3:30 AM Central European time, but the server issues seem to have started well before that.
Riot has yet to provide any official update on the outages, but stick with us at Dexerto for all the information on this updating story.
Server issues right know for EU?
— Quentin (@QuentinRasmont) April 21, 2020
Hopefully, the issue will be resolved so EU players can get some matches in before the servers go down for maintenance.