Global Esports Confirms Female Valorant Roster


Global Esports Officially Confirms Female Valorant Roster for VCT Game Changers

All set to compete in the APAC region.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Global Esports has finally confirmed its female Valorant lineup for the VCT 2023: Game Changers APAC.
The female Valorant team has been named Global Esports Phoenix, consisting of six players and two coaches.
Global Esports Phoenix is set to make its debut in the VCT 2023: Game Changers APAC Open 1.

The Valorant powerhouse from India, Global Esports, has finally confirmed its female lineup for the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2023: Game Changers APAC (Asia Pacific). As reported by AFK Gaming on 6th March, the entire lineup of Grace Esports has been signed by the organization, along with the addition of Keerti "KiRi" Mirani, Bea "Kraif" Cross, and Akshay "Kappa" Sinkar.

The name of this female Valorant team as stated earlier is going to be Global Esports Phoenix. It will be making its debut later today on 9th March against a team called Storm's End Gaming Kyros at the VCT 2023: Game Changer APAC Open 1.

Global Esports has confirmed its female Valorant lineup for the 2023 competitive season

The VCT 2023: Game Changers for the Asia Pacific region has begun with its first open qualifier and Global Esports Phoenix is ready for the competition. Its complete lineup was announced earlier today and comprises of the following players,

  1. Saloni "Meow16K" Pawar | Meow16K

  2. Akanksha "Muffinloop" Sukhramani | muffinloop

  3. Syeeda "Rose" Tabassum | DoctorRosee

  4. Jagruti "Hyphae" Moholkar | JagrutiMoholkar

  5. Abisha "Baila" Joseph | BAILA000

  6. Keerti "KiRi" Mirani | KiRi1605

  7. Bea "Kraif" Cross | KraifTweets - Head Coach

  8. Akshay "Kappa" Sinkar | AksKappa - Coach

Entering the scene with an extended six-player lineup from India and providing them proper support with two coaches, Global Esports Phoenix seems ready for the upcoming challenge where teams from three different regions (South Asia, Southeast Asia, Oceania) will be taking on each other.

This lineup has proved itself in the local Indian scene by standing victorious as the champions of the recently concluded Skyesports Grand Slam Season 3 also referred to as Skyesports Luna, India's first female-only Valorant LAN tournament which was held in Pragati Maidan, Delhi.

A thing to note here is that all the six players that are currently a part of Global Esports Phoenix were actually shortlisted by the organization last year when various tryouts were held for the selection of the female Valorant roster.

Eyes will be on this roster as they set out on a journey through the VCT Game Changers tournament which is scheduled to run for a duration of eight months from March to October with a total prize pool of $75,000 USD.

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Aditya 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.

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