Street art of VALORANT’s Harbor found on walls in Mumbai
Riot Games has recently made new street art on the walls of a certain place in Mumbai. This street art features VALORANT’s newest Agent, Harbor, and the theme of this street art is all about the docks, seas, and also Harbor and his abilities. In case you are unaware, Harbor, also known as Varun Batra, is the only VALORANT agent with an Indian origin.
In an Instagram post on the official VALORANT India & South Asia page, you can see the street art in all its glory. A total of 10 different images of this street art have been uploaded to the Instagram page. Some of the images focus on the seas, and the docks, and then some focus on Indian landscapes, and there are also those that focus on the Agent, Harbor or his abilities.
Click here to check the images on Instagram.
As for the exact location of this new street art, according to the comments made by the fans, it seems that it is present on the Sassoon Dock, Colaba. Click here to know how to reach there using Google Maps.
But, since it is in Mumbai, unless you have plans of going there, or stay nearby, it is going to be a bit complicated for you to check the street art for yourself, in person.
VALORANT billboard posters and street art in India
VALORANT came out back in mid-2020, it quickly became one of the go-to games for eSports organizations and these made new rosters for these. In India, the popularity skyrocketed as players quickly started playing it.
Now, in the past few months, we have seen Riot Games recognize the popularity of VALORANT in India. They started making billboard advertisements for some of the most reputed teams in India that have their VALORANT rosters.
First, they made a billboard advertisement for Global Esports in Mumbai back in early December. And, then, just around a week later, they also made another billboard advertisement for Gods Reign in Bangalore.
These were great, and definitely, something that got the VALORANT fans and the targeted organizations excited. But, now, Riot Games has done something even bigger. This time, however, it does not involve any of the Indian eSports organizations.
But, it is just a large-scale street art made on the walls of Sassoon Dock, Colaba. This street art not only looks amazing, but also goes on to show how popular VALORANT is in India, and the recognition of Riot Games.