SkRossi Shares Promising Outlook for India's Young Rising Valorant Players

Future looks good for the next generation of Valorant players.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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SkRossi Talks About Future Of Young Indian Valorant Players


SkRossi shares his optimistic views about the future of young and promising Valorant players from India.
SkRossi desires young talents from the country to start competing at bigger stages from a much early point in their career.
SkRossi points out how he debuted on the international circuit at the age of 25 while there were kids as young as 17 or 18 on the same stage.

The ongoing Valorant Challengers League 2023: South Asia (VCL SA) has highlighted the talent of all the young and upcoming Valorant players from India. They have not only given their absolute best against some of the top teams from the region but also gone toe-to-toe with international players at times.

During a recent panel discussion at the event, Ganesh "SkRossi" Gangadhar, the star player for Global Esports gave his opinion about the future of these young Valorant players from India.

SkRossi instills confidence in the minds of upcoming Valorant players from India with his optimistic outlook

One of the best Valorant players from the South Asia region, SkRossi, has a promising and inspiring outlook for all the young talents from India. He wants the region to succeed as a whole instead of just one or two players breaking through to the international stage.

The 25-year-old explains how he competes against many young players in the international circuit including one in his own team, Cahya "Monyet" Nugraha, while he is just taking his first steps at a much later stage of his life.

"I don't want the same to happen with the upcoming players from India. I want them to play at the bigger stages while they are still young so that they go ahead to do something better. I don't want them to play in the league at the age of 24-25 when they have started to fade, they need to experience those things towards the beginning," says SkRossi.

Rushindra "Salbatic" Sinha - CEO of Global Esports, chimed in by saying that events like VCL provide a great stage for young players to showcase their skills while getting solid exposure of the competitive scene.

"At the age of 25 I'm playing LOCK//IN and there are kids who at the age of 17-18 are playing the same event," says SkRossi, "So in my country I want to bring that culture where players are competing at the bigger stage from a young age."

Talking about the opportunities that Riot Games has now provided with its new esports structure, Rushindra adds a final note about how aspiring players can now pave their path in a more confident manner, knowing exactly what the future holds.

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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.