SkRossi Might Play His Last LAN Event With God Squad
God Squad, which consists of former Global Esports players, recently qualified for the Main Event of the Valorant India Invitational by Galaxy Racer. The event is set to take place in a LAN setting in Hyderabad from 18th to 20th November. It will most likely be the last tournament Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar will play with God Squad before moving to South Korea for the Valorant International League. In a recent tweet, SkRossi expressed how he felt about playing this last LAN tournament with his current team.
SkRossi might play his last LAN event with his current team
Since the introduction of Valorant Esports in India, SkRossi has made a name for himself in the community. He has been consistent throughout the last two years, represented India a couple of times at the international level along with his team, and established himself as one of the finest players in the South Asian region. However, after Global Esports was selected as a Valorant franchise team, Rushindra Sinha – founder and CEO of Global Esports – revealed that the entire Global Esports team will move to South Korea for better opportunities and improvement for the players. As a result, the upcoming Valorant India Invitational by Galaxy Racer might be the last tournament for the current roster.
Summarizing his journey and emotions, SkRossi tweeted how he has been on the top in the region from the very beginning and will now leave staying at the top. He added that this would be his last LAN match with his current team. He said he bears no expectations and will enjoy the time and make good memories with his teammates.
The Valorant India Invitational by Galaxy Racer is an invitational tournament for South Asia and the Southeast Asian (SEA) region. The main event of the tournament will feature five invited and three qualified teams. Enigma Gaming and God Squad have booked their slots via Qualifier 1 and Qualifier 2, respectively, whereas Paper Rex has been directly invited. There are still five vacant slots; the winner of the SEA Qualifier will get one slot, and the remaining four slots will be given to invited teams. The tournament features a massive prize pool of $100,000 USD.