Tarik is at the bottom of his own Pro City ranking

By Fariha Bhatti


Jan 26, 2023

Reading time: 2 min

Pro City by Tarik may have sounded crazy initially, but it’s in full swing, and players love it. But the creator himself is repping a position at the bottom of the leaderboard. 

Valorant’s tragic ranked situation has led many to turn away from the game entirely. Those who stayed true to the game had their loyalty tested when crypto-throwers plagued the queues with wagering, win trading, and match-fixing. This situation drove Tarik “tarik” Celik to propose the idea of a private league, which initially sounded far-fetched, but it’s running successfully. 

While the league is a success, tarik isn’t having a great time, at least stat-wise. The former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and professional Valorant player has 785 MMR, the lowest of any player in Pro City. 

What is Pro City?


Pro City is a new private league kickstarted by Tarik. It is strictly exclusive to the best players in Valorant. You must fulfill the stringent criteria to make the cut, and play with the best players in Valorant. 

Tarik has a storied career in CSGO and Valorant streamer, so if anyone could kickstart a league like Pro City, it was Tarik. However, Pro City is crowded with cracked Valorant players with incredible stats. So, Tarik’s bottom status shouldn’t surprise you too much. The pro streamer is currently at rank #124 with 785 MMR, with Joshua “steel” Nissan, Hunter “BabyJ” SchlinebabyJ, and Shane “Rawkus” Flaherty closing in. 

Currently, Quan “dicey” Tran is the top player in Pro City at 1364 MMR. However, the competition in the league is exceeding expectations, with some of the biggest names in the Valorant scene jumping in on the trend. So, if you’re planning to enter the league, you will need skill and solid luck to beat the best!

Tarik isn’t taking the bottom too seriously, though. While joking about it on stream, he said he’d quit Pro City if he hit 500 ELO. 

How to join Tarik’s Pro City

Players must fulfill the tight criteria to join Tarik’s private Valorant discord. Here’s a rough outline to deduce if you’re eligible for the private server. 

In order to get a direct invite, you should be a: 

  • Player on the franchise team
  • Contracted player on Valorant T-1 organization

To apply on merit if you’re not a pro: 

  • Top 50 finish in one of the last 3 acts
  • Contracted player on the team for 6+ months total in last two years
  • Immortal 3 in the last 3 acts
  • 500 hours streamed in Valorant