Last Updated: November 11, 2021
There are a large number of error codes you can come up against while trying to play Valorant. Here’s how to fix one in particular, error code 59 — LoginQueueFetchTokenFailure.
What is error code 59 in Valorant?
According to Valorant’s own support site, code 59 — LoginQueueFetchTokenFailure is an issue with the login queue and so should only appear when you are trying to launch the game. This seems to be a problem with the game client, this not allowing the game to launch properly.
How to fix Valorant error code VAL 59
Riot Games themselves suggest restarting the Riot Client. Also check the support site banners to make sure this isn’t related to a wider, known issue at the time.
To restart the Riot Client:
- Exit Valorant
- Double check that the game is fully closed using Task Manager (Ctrl+Alt+Del)
- Restart Valorant
It might also help to double check that you are running the correct version of the game before relaunching.
While Riot Games don’t seem to think this should be a persistent error, if you have restarted the Client, are running the current game version and have restarted your PC/router and are still seeing the same error code, you can submit a ticket on the Valorant support page.
If you are receiving a different error message, you should check out the full list of Valorant error codes and fixes.