SkRossi Set to Leave Global Esports, Shares a Heartfelt Message
Where do you think he will go?
One of the most famous Valorant players from South Asia, Ganesh "SkRossi" Gangadhar, has finally revealed what everyone feared was about to happen ever since Global Esports started to revamp its lineup.
Today on 23rd October, SkRossi announced that Global Esports has allowed him to explore his options for the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2024. This confirms that the organization is not interested in keeping him on the team as part of its active roster.
SkRossi further elaborated that he is ready to compete across all regions and wants to prove himself by becoming the best possible player, regardless of where he goes next.
SkRossi Reveals Global Esports has allowed him to explore his options for VCT 2024
Ever since Global Esports started to restructure its lineup for the next competitive season, there was a growing fear among fans about the future of SkRossi in the team, especially after they announced Abhirup "Lightningfast" Paul Choudhury as a part of its active roster.
Well, SkRossi announced earlier today that he was looking for a team following permission from Global Esports to explore his options for VCT 2024.
He even wrote a heatfelt message to all his fans explaining his sitaution and the possible reason behind his departure from Global Esports.
"There were a lot of problems last season and it was a lot stressful but my side of the story shall remain to myself as the scoreboard is all that matters in the end , given the time I had with the team my highs were too high my lows were too low and lost my confidence by the end of the season, I wish I had more time to learn from my mistakes but also grateful at the same time to get the opportunity to play at the highest level and learn/experience so much and to work with some of the most talented people I've ever seen, grateful that I still have the opportunity to do what I love the most which is playing Valorant and have a platform to inspire people to do what they love and chase their dreams in life," said SkRossi, in a personal statement publicly shared via social media platform X.
Thanking Global Esports, his former teammates, and coaches for all the memories and learnings, SkRossi shared that he wants to become a better player and make his way back to the league to play amongst the best of the best.
SkRossi had been a part of Global Esports ever since the start of his Valorant career in October 2020. Now, three years later, he is about to depart from the organization, making his first official switch since he started competing professionally.
It will be interesting to see where he goes from here. Will it be back to competing in the regional circuit or will another international team which is part of the VCT circuit be willing to sign him? Only time will tell.