Global Esports CEO Rushindra Sinha Reveals the Cost of South Korea Bootcamp

Moin Khot
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Rushindra Sinha explained what facilities and amenities are included while calculating the cost of the Bootcamp.
The CEO further revealed that, including all the facilities and amenities, it would cost approximately half a million dollars for the organization to set up a Bootcamp in South Korea.
He mentioned that an organization could not cut costs as it aims to make its team comfortable and have everything they need. He mentioned that an organization could not cut costs as it aims to make its team comfortable and have everything they need.

Rushindra Sinha, founder and CEO of Global Esports, previously revealed that the organization would set up its Bootcamp and move to South Korea for the upcoming Valorant International League. In a recent livestream, he revealed all the facilities and amenities the organization’s South Korea Bootcamp will have, for its players and staff. Furthermore, he also revealed the approximate amount it cost the organization to set up the Bootcamp and all the facilities the players would require in South Korea.

Global Esports Bootcamp costs half a million dollars

A viewer asked Rushindra Sinha the cost of setting up a Bootcamp in South Korea. In response to the question, he explained what facilities and amenities are included while calculating the cost of the Bootcamp.

Sinha said, "I will tell you what the cost of setting up a boot camp entails. It entails the food, the accommodation, the internet, the utilities, electricity, actual PCs, the rent, the deposit, the accessories, and the staff that is going to help us run the entire place or multiple places because we are going to need to stream, scrim as well as sleep and stay."

He further revealed that it would cost approximately half a million dollars for the organization to set up a Bootcamp in South Korea. Following this, he said that's how much it usually costs to set up a Bootcamp along with the facilities.

"All that included, we are looking at a set-up cost of probably around half a million dollars," said Sinha. Following this, he added, "That is just what it's going to cost us to be there in Korea with Bootcamp and everything set up, and that is the minimum cost."

Furthermore, he mentioned that the organization is making multiple investments to have a realistic shot at winning the Valorant Champions.

"These are not the things you want to do cost savings in, because we want our players to be comfortable, we want the entire team that's there to have everything that they need to give right representation to our region and to be having a fighting chance at winning the league," said Sinha. He added, “That's the entire reason behind everything we are doing; our entire purpose is to build a roster that has a winning shot at Champions."

Global Esports signed three more players from the Pacific region, Park "Bazzi" Jun-ki, Michael "WRONSKI" Wronski, and Kim "t3xture" Na-ra, in addition to its import player Jordan "AYRIN" He. The organization had previously announced that it would field a 10-player roster, including its current Indian players, but only time will tell which players will make it to the final roster. Fans can expect more roster announcements in the coming days.


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