Valorant has had quite an opening despite concerns regarding their Vanguard anti-cheat. Before the release, Riot had announced that they would be setting up the servers for the game worldwide. They have already made the servers live in the hotspots after the full release of the game on June 2nd, including SEA and the Middle East. But we still don’t have Indian servers for the game. But we can expect the Valorant Indian servers, or more specifically, South Asian Servers, if Sukamal Pegu, Riot’s Publishing Head for India and South is to be believed. In a statement, he said:
"Riot Games is highly committed to providing the India and rest of the South Asia region with an excellent gaming experience. While you'll be joining the worldwide launch on June 2, the official servers which will support Middle East & South Asia will come later in the year.”
While he does not say India specifically, it can South Asian servers can be expected to be situated in India. Fortnite, Dota 2 and CS:GO already have their servers located in India itself. Also, there is this Tweet by Marc Merrill, Co-Chairman and Co-Founder of Riot Games.
— Tryndamere (@MarcMerrill) April 15, 2020
Pegu also says to register with your home country to make the transition to the servers easier when the time comes.