Global Esports VALORANT Roster: GE sign up WRONSKI and Bazzi, roster with full disclosure and update coming tomorrow – Since their addition to the VCT APAC region, Global Esports can be hailed as India’s official entry into franchised esports world. While the organization’s earlier roster comprised only Indian players, they are now taking in international talent. Let’s check out the detailed information about their roster.
— Global Esports (@GlobalEsportsIn) October 16, 2022
Global Esports had previously announced that their roster for the 2023 VALORANT circuit will comprise ten players. Apart from their existing roster, they had decided to add 5 new players (4 from APAC and 1 from North America/Europe) according to Riot’s rules.
Jordan “AYRIN” He from XSET joined the organization as its in-game leader (IGL) on Oct. 5, becoming its import player from North America.
Today, there have been leaks from various sources that Michael “WRONSKI” Wronski and Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki has also signed up with Global Esports.
🇮🇳🇨🇦🇦🇺🇰🇷 Sources: Global Esports have signed WRONSKI and Bazzi to the roster.
WRONSKI comes from ORDER while Bazzi comes from On Sla2ers & Crazy Raccoon.
— Seulgi (@SeulgiVLR) October 16, 2022
Global Esports VALORANT Roster: GE sign up WRONSKI and Bazzi, roster with full disclosure and update coming tomorrow
WRONSKI is a Laotian player who previously played for ORDER. That team won the VALORANT Oceania Tour 2022: Championship in July to qualify for APAC Last Chance.
Bazzi is a South Korean player who previously played for On Sla2ers. That team also produced good results in the VCT 2022: Korea Challengers.
Hence, both WRONSKI and Bazzi, along with AYRIN, have plenty of experience playing against top VALORANT pro-teams.
Thus, Global Esports’ current VALORANT roster looks as follows:
- Jordan “AYRIN” He (North America Import)
- Michael “WRONSKI” Wronski (APAC Player)
- Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki (APAC Player)
- Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar
- Abhirup “Lightningfast” Choudhury
- Pranav “Kohliii” Kohli
- Bhavin “HellrangeR” Kotwani
- Akshay “KappA” Sinkar
- Jayanth “skillZ” Ramesh
They have already filled up 9 places out of 10 in their roster.
Officially joined @GlobalEsportsIn as their IGL.
As I step into a new journey in my career, looking forward to your love and support as usual. #GEFighting.
PS: Namaste India, Happy Vijayadashami. pic.twitter.com/yyavCSxBCm
— GE AYRIN (@AYRINval) October 5, 2022
Dr. Rushindra Sinha, who is the founder of Global Esports, revealed that the full disclosure and updates regarding the organization’s VCT roster will be given tomorrow.
“We have spent a considerable amount of time putting together this Roster Construction with copious amount of research and effort put into ‘WHO’ we will bring on board and ‘HOW’ they will function together as a team and ‘WHAT’ they need to do to synergize and ‘WHERE’ we need to put in more effort and ‘WHEN’ each of them need to be activated and ‘WHY’ these were the players selected to represent us and bare the Global Esports Banner,” he said.
“The decisions we have made over the last 25 years of playing video games and being part of the esports ecosystem as well as the last 5 years of Global Esports are the reason we are here today,” Rushindra said. “The decisions we are making now are going to define the next 5-10 years of Global Esports and where we are heading in the future.”
Let us see who will be the last one to join Global Esports. Tomorrow everything will be revealed.
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