Global Esports would no longer field an All-Indian roster moving forward after the conclusion of the Skyesports SEA Championship.
Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar, the team’s star player, authored a pretty emotional message on his Instagram handle. This message was greatly felt by the team’s followers and supporters from around the country.
As reported by TalkEsport earlier, Indian-based competitive gaming and esports company Global Esports created History as one of the few Indian Gaming Companies to have been selected for Valorant Franchising.
The 25-year-old player referred to the current roster of Global Esports as “Team India.” However, because the lineup is scheduled to change in the very near future, he expressed how he felt a void within his heart, and he expressed his desire to play for a different team going to miss this phase a lot and a lot to learn from each individual. Thank you to each [member] for everything.”
SkRossi, one of the top Valorant players from India and feared by many for his dominant Jett gameplay, took to Instagram to share with his fans and followers how he felt about Global Esports bidding farewell to its current roster, with whom they have been competing for more than two years. SkRossi and Global Esports have been competing against each other for more than two years.
Global Esports under the name “God Squad” had their final laugh together at the recently concluded Skyesports SEA Championship where they lost to BLEED Esports.
“Feeling emptiness in my heart after a very long time. No guarantee of playing together, living together, spending time together, gonna miss this phase a lot and a lot to learn from each individual. I really hope and wish to see an all Indian roster on the big stages dominating the international scene in the future, regardless of where or how I end up,” the player concluded.
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