Indian CS:GO Pro Deathmaker to Play ESL Pro League with Singaporean Team Paper Rex

Aditya Singh Rawat
8/Jun/2020 03:53 pm

In probably the first temporary international CS:GO player transfer for an Indian esports organization, Global Esports is loaning their star rifler Debanjan 'deathmaker' Das to the Singaporean esports organization Paper Rex.

The 21-year-old Indian rifler is being loaned to Paper Rex as a stand-in for the upcoming ESL Pro League. The Singaporean lineup which has been cut down to a team of just three players following the departure of both Shamir “subbey” Zaman and Leslie “Bobosaur” Soen, will be using the talents of deathmaker who is widely considered to be one of the best CS:GO players in India.

Paper Rex’s lineup for the upcoming ESL Pro League is as follows,

  •   Khalish “d4v41” Rusyaidee
  •   Alexandre “alecks” Sallé
  •   Aaron “mindfreak” Leonhart
  •   Debanjan 'deathmaker' Das [Stand-In]
  •   Harley “dsn” Orwall [Co-Founder & CGO]
  •   Prashant “Aequitas” Prabhakar [Coach]

Paper Rex is a Singaporean CS:GO organization which was recently founded in January this year. It has been founded by dsn along with Nikhil "nikH" Hathiramani who is also the founder and chief editor of CSGO2ASIA.

The team in their very first attempt made it all the way to the Southeast Asian Closed Qualifier for Asia Minor Championship - Rio 2020, apart from this they have participated in a few other regional tournaments but haven’t acquired anything significant yet.

As for deathmaker, the young gun was last spotted competing in DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: Asian Open Qualifier in April along with Global Esports. Looking at his performance for the last six months, he holds an impressive overall rating of 1.23 with an impact rating of 1.33 and a solid ADR of 92.2, this is enough to showcase the firepower this kid brings to the roster.


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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.