HellrangeR To Reportedly Join a New Valorant Team For VCT 2023 Ascension

Moin Khot
Updated On: 
In a recent livestream, Bhavin “HellrangeR” Kotwani revealed that he will be joining a new Valorant team for VCT 2023 Ascension.
HellrangeR revealed that he received offers from six different organizations, including Global Esports, to join their Valorant teams.

Professional Valorant player Bhavin “HellrangeR” Kotwani has announced during a recent livestream that he will be joining a new team for the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2023 Ascension, but did not disclose which organization he had chosen or where it is based. He also revealed that he received offers from multiple organizations, but did not provide any details about the offers or the organizations that made them. According to him, he wasn't actively seeking out a new team and the offers came to him without him contacting them.

HellrangeR received offers from six organizations to join their Valorant teams

In September 2022, Riot Games announced the 30 partner teams for the upcoming VCT franchise program. Among these teams, Global Esports stood out as the only Indian/South Asian team to earn a slot on the list. To compete at the top level of the Valorant competition, Global Esports put together a seven-player roster, which included five international players and two of its former Indian players. The team also decided to keep their remaining three former players as additional members. Notably, HellrangeR was not on the seven-player roster and was an additional member of the team. The organization announced that all team members would travel to Global Esports’ South Korea bootcamp to train and prepare for the tournament together. However, HellrangeR was uncertain about getting the opportunity to play in the VCT 2023 tournament.

During a recent livestream, HellrangeR made an interesting revelation, stating that he had received offers from six different organizations, including Global Esports, to join their Valorant teams. However, he could not reveal any details about the offers or the organizations that made them. “I received these offers without contacting any organization; I didn’t mention anywhere that I was looking for a team (LFT),” he said. His viewers were curious to know which organizations had reached out to him, but he decided not to share any details.

Following this, one of his viewers asked him if he had made a decision and chosen to join one of the organizations that had reached out to him. He replied that he had made a choice but did not reveal any further details about which organization he had chosen.

HellrangeR clarified that he neither contacted any organization nor was he not actively searching for a new team. “I got calls from many organizations to build a VCT 2023 Ascension roster, assuming that I would be free because I was not announced in the seven, which is a fair assumption to make on their part. I never officially said anything, nor I’m saying anything now,” he added.

HellrangeR has established himself one of the most experienced and finest Valorant players in India. Since he joined Global Esports in October 2020, he has been leading the team from the forefront as the in-game leader (IGL). It will be interesting to see how this new venture works for him.

Published On: 
author profile picture
Moin covers the Indian gaming and gaming community for AFK Gaming. As an avid gamer himself, he has a passion for staying up to date on the latest developments and trends in the Indian esports scene. Moin's writing provides readers with a comprehensive look at the world of Indian esports. He is known for his ability to uncover stories and players that are shaping the future of the industry in India.

Follow us on social media


Others Also Read