SkRossi Opens Up About His Personal Ambitions From VCT 2023

It is not just about competing and winning matches.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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SkRossi Talks About His Personal Goals From VCT 2023


SkRossi during a recent interview opened up and spoke freely about what he aims to achieve on a personal level by competing in the VCT 2023.
SkRossi had an inconsistent performance during the regular season of the VCT 2023 Pacific League, but still managed to walk away with two MVP titles.
SkRossi said that he wants to just reach higher stats and levels every single day because that is what he grinds for.

The Indian Valorant star, Ganesh "SkRossi" Gangadhar, might not have been consistent with his performances during the regular season of the VCT 2023 Pacific League, but he still managed to impress many of us with his overall performance on Jett.

He managed to bag two MVP awards, against Gen.G Esports and DetonatioN FocusMe, respectively. However, it was evident that the difference between his highs and lows definitely had an impact on the team.

During a recent post-match interview, SkRossi highlighted how competing in the VCT 2023 was more than just winning games for him, shining a light on personal ambitions that he hopes to achieve through this Valorant circuit.

SkRossi highlights what he aims to achieve on a personal level through VCT 2023

In a recent interview that took place before Global Esports had faced Team Secret, SkRossi pointed out that he does not want to just sit at home and watch other people play the entire year.

The 25-year-old expressed that he wants to compete in Masters Tokyo, Valorant Champions, and all these tournaments because he does not enjoy just sitting at home and thinking about how he had performed in that particular league.

Speaking freely, SkRossi pointed out that only doing this much was not enough for him to make a difference in esports within his country, India.

"Me doing really well on the international stage and advancing ahead to set that benchmark for all the young players in India is what leaves a huge impact on Indian esports in general. That is something on my mind while also being my personal goal. I want to just reach higher stats and higher levels every single day. That is what I grind for," said SkRossi.

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Global Esports might have been eliminated from the ongoing VCT 2023 Pacific League following a 2-0 loss against Team Secret in its final match of the regular season, but the team still has one shot at reaching the Valorant Champions 2023 through the Pacific Last Chance Qualifier.

It will be interesting to see how Global Esports as a team practices and improves. As for the Indian audience, they will be keenly looking forward to what SkRossi has to deliver in the upcoming tournament.

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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.