How to Copy Crosshair in Valorant | Explained

Updated: May 1, 2024
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This guide explains all the ways you can copy a crosshair in Valorant. Use the links below to jump ahead to the method you’re looking for:

Before continuing, it’s important to note that you can only save 15 crosshair profiles in Valorant. If you’re copying or importing a new crosshair, you may first need to delete an existing profile.

How to Copy a Crosshair in Valorant When Spectating

Whenever you’re spectating a player in Valorant, you can copy their crosshair by following these steps:

  1. Open the chat by pressing the “Enter” key on your keyboard.
  2. Enter the command “/crosshair copy” or “/cc” in the chat (without the quotation marks).

After completing these steps, the crosshair profile will be saved in your Valorant crosshair settings.

How to Copy Your Own Crosshair Code (Export Crosshair)

You can copy/export your crosshair code by following these steps:

  1. Go to your crosshair settings.
  2. Click the “Export Profile Code” shown below.

Valorant Export Crosshair Button

The code for your crosshair will be copied to your computer’s clipboard. You can share it with others by pressing CTRL + V on your keyboard to paste the code.

Valorant Export Crosshair Button

How to Copy a Crosshair from a Crosshair Code (Import Crosshair)

If you find a crosshair you like, such as from a Valorant crosshair database, here’s how to import a crosshair in Valorant:

  1. Copy the code you want to import.
  2. Go to your Valorant Crosshair Settings
  3. Click the “Import Profile Code” icon shown below.Valorant Import Crosshair Profile Code Button
  4. Paste the crosshair code into the “Import Profile” popup using CTRL + V on your keyboard, then click the “Import” button.Valorant Import Crosshair Profile Example

After completing these steps, you should now see the crosshair you imported saved in your Valorant crosshair settings.


This guide explained all the ways to copy a crosshair in Valorant. You now know how to copy a crosshair when spectating players, how to export your code, and how to import crosshair codes.