Global Esports WRONSKI to Miss VCT LOCK//IN

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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<div class="paragraphs"><p>Global Esports player WRONSKI announced that he will not be playing at VCT LOCK//IN.</p></div>
Global Esports player WRONSKI announced that he will not be playing at VCT LOCK//IN.


Global Esports player WRONSKI announced that he will not be playing at VCT LOCK//IN.
WRONSKI stated that he will be missing out on the tournament since he has to travel back to Australia for personal reasons outside the game.

Valorant’s first big international event, Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2023 LOCK//IN tournament, kicked off on 13th February and is set to conclude on 4th March. This mega tournament has brought together all the partnered teams in a ruthless single-elimination bracket format. Indian organization Global Esports is representing the South Asian region at LOCK//IN and Indian Valorant fans are ecstatic to support their favorite team. But Global Esports will be debuting in the tournament without Michael "WRONSKI" Wronski. WRONSKI took to Twitter to announce that he will not be playing in VCT LOCK//IN since he had to travel back to Australia for personal reasons.

WRONSKI shares the bad news on Twitter

On 14th February, WRONSKI wrote on Twitter, “Bad news to share. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to be in Brazil for VCT LOCK//IN since I have to travel back to Australia due to some personal issues outside the game. I’m looking forward to cheering on my team and sending them all my love and energy.” Since the announcement, the Valorant community has rallied together to send the player its support and love. 

However, Global Esports WRONSKI clarified that he will be back to play with the team and asked fans not to worry. He added, “Don’t worry though. I will be back to play with the team. I am truly sorry to everyone that is supporting me.

Following WRONSKI’s statement, Global Esports noted that his fans will miss him at VCT LOCK//IN. 

As a result, the Global Esports lineup for VCT LOCK//IN in Brazil is as follows:

  • Jordan “AYRIN” He (in-game leader)

  • Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki

  • Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar

  • Abhirup “Lightningfast” Choudhury

  • Cahya “Monyet” Nugraha

  • Kim “t3xture” Na-ra

WRONSKI will miss out on the VCT LOCK//IN but Global Esports will be striving to do well in the Omega bracket of the tournament where it will face the likes of  Team Vitality, Team Secret, ZETA DIVISION, 100 Thieves, Sentinels, Fnatic, Natus Vincere (NaVi), KRU Esports and others. Global Esports’ first match is scheduled for 24th February where it will take on Team Vitality. 

Ahead of the tournament, Global Esports CEO Rushindra Sinha predicted that the two teams from the Omega bracket that shall make the Playoffs are Global Esports and 100 Thieves.

Notably, WRONSKI is not the only player from the Pacific league to miss out on 2023’s first Valorant international event. On 3rd February, Talon Esports announced that Patiphan “Patiphan” Chaiwong will not be traveling to Brazil to play at VCT LOCK//IN due to wrist surgery.

You can follow Global Esports’ journey at the tournament closely with our coverage of the event on VCT 2023 LOCK//IN São Paulo: Teams, Results, Schedule, Format, Livestream, More.

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.