What should you do if you suck at aiming in Valorant? There are several things you can do to remedy this situation, including practicing hundreds of times and also looking at how professional players and coaches do it.

Not all players are equal and some pro players have various specialties. Pontus “Zyppan” Eek is one Valorant pro player who is known for his fantastic aim. He’s an up-and-coming youngin in Valorant who currently plays for FunPlus Phoenix.

Apart from playing professionally, Zyppan is also exploring the spaces of gaming content creation on both Twitch and YouTube. Unlike other streamers, Zyppan seems to be a bit camera shy so you won’t hear comments from him or see his reaction. The more important thing though is that you will be able to watch his expert play style.

In this article, we’ve compiled Zyppan’s Valorant sensitivity & settings.

Not only will you be able to study and apply it ourselves, but it will also give you a good idea of how he plays and why he gets the results that he does.

Mouse Settings

Settings NameZyppan Mouse Settings
Polling Rate Hz1000
Scope Sensitivity1
Windows Sensitivity 6

Zyppan has one of the lowest sensitivity settings that we’ve seen. We have to remember though that mouse settings and the DPI is largely dependent on what kind of mouse one has.

Since Zyppan uses a Logitech G Pro X Superlight, a dedicated wireless gaming mouse known for its fantastic quality, Zyppan was able to adjust his DPI and sensitivity accordingly. If you may have noticed, his sensitivity is a bit higher than his counterparts.


Settings NameZyppan Key Bindings
JumpSpace Bar
Use ObjectF
Equip Primary Weapon1
Equip Secondary Weapon 2
Equip Melee Weapon 3
Equip Spike4
Use/Equip Ability: 1F
Use/Equip Ability: 2C
Use/Equip Ability: 3Q
Use/Equip Ability: UltimateX


Settings NameZyppan Crosshair Settings
Crosshair ColorWhite
Center DotOff
Show Inner LinesOff
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length4
Inner Line Thickness2
Inner Line Offset2
Fade ErrorOff
Movement ErrorOff
Firing ErrorOff

Zyppan has some pretty standard crosshair settings, with white as his main color. We’re not certain about the size of his center dot, but it looks like it’s a 1.

We’re not overly fond of it, but it does look like it’s a crosshair that a lot of younger players use. It definitely is something that one would use if one were to prefer precision; say you love using AWP.

If you’re having a hard time with these kinds of settings, you can change the color of the crosshair into something more obvious like green or red.


Settings NameZyppan Video Settings
Multithreaded RenderingOn
Material QualityLow
Texture QualityLow
Detail QualityLow
UI QualityLow
Anisotropic Filtering1x
Improve ClarityOff
Cast ShadowsOff
Resolution1920×1080, 16:9 ratio
Display ModeFullscreen

Valorant is rather visually appealing, if we do say so ourselves.

If you take a look at Zyppan’s stream, there are definitely parts of the screen that aren’t as graphically defined as they should be.

Do they look bad though? Definitely not!

We personally think that apart from personal preference, graphics aren’t all that important to a game like Valorant. They don’t really affect good performance or give one skill. However, it does affect in-game technical performance, particularly framerate.

Which is why Zyppan, like most Valorant pros, have set their graphic settings to the lowest possible way. This is to maximize the framerate output and make sure that the computer will not overcompensate on graphics rather than performance.


Settings NameZyppan Radar Settings
Rotate/Fixed OrientationRotate/Based on Side
Minimap Zoom0.85
Keep Player CenteredOn
Minimap Vision ConesOn
Minimap Size1.2
Show Map Region NamesNever

PC & Peripherals

Like his Stream, Zyppan is still a bit of a mystery when it comes to his gears and overall PC build. We can assume though that since FunPlus Phoenix is sponsored by SteelSeries, some of his peripherals such as headsets, keyboard, and the like.

What we can be certain about are the components that he listed on his Twitch which are an Intel Core i9-9900K and, surprisingly, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Any player can definitely get away with a relatively outdated GPU like a 1080 Ti since Valorant doesn’t require much juice.

It’s surprising though because Zyppan is a professional Valorant player who has earned a considerable amount. However, it is also somewhat inspiring because it definitely means people with strict budgets can still play really good titles like Valorant.