Global eSports part ways with the Polish players

Aditya Singh Rawat

10th, Apr, 2019

Cover Image Courtesy: Global eSports

Global eSports who have just made their entry into the Indian CounterStrike circuit have announced the departure of both its foreign players, Kamil 'Kamil' Kami?ski and Adrian ‘Zorineq’ Ko?odziejski.

The reason behind their departure was given as their tenure coming to an end with the organization. This is the statement that we got from Dr. Rushindra Sinha, CEO & Founder - Global eSports,

"We had spoken to them only about Cobx so they made arrangements only till mid-April. They have other personal commitments back home. We are working out a way to possibly work long term in the future but are currently in tryouts for their roles. This was our first foray into CS and our team is only 1 month old we have 9 other teams/games that we handle and manage. We now see the growth and potential for CS and so we’re going to dedicate more resources to our CS team."

The team went on to thank the players for their contributions while wishing them luck for their future endeavours.

In addition to this, we also confirmed that Chinmay ‘Poki’ Mehta has left the Global eSports line-up and has since joined Mammoth gaming. He was not a part of GE during the COBX Masters and his slot had been annulled.

The current Global eSports line-up is as follows,

  • Sabyasachi ‘Antidote’ Bose

  • Tejas ‘Rex’ Kotian

  • Rahul ‘t1to’ Sridhar

Also, read the interview with Global eSports,

MewMents with Catslayer - Episode 6: Global eSports


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