SkRossi Strives for Greatness and Hopes to Inspire Aspiring Esports Players

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In a recent interview video with popular Valorant caster Yinsu “Yinsu” Collins, Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar emphasized the support he received from fans over the years.
SkRossi stated that he wants to establish an Indian esports team that other Indian players can look up to.
SkRossi believes he is in the position to be an Indian player to look up to.

Global Esports Valoranrt star player Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar recently revealed his goals and aspirations for the upcoming Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2023 franchise league. SkRossi stated that his fans have been supporting him through thick and thin, and going into VCT 2023, he aims to give his fans something back. He claimed that Indian players, including himself, have been looking up to foreign players and teams, and he aims to change this perception.

SkRossi expresses his goals and aspirations for VCT 2023

SkRossi recently appeared in an interview video with popular Valorant caster, Yinsu “Yinsu” Collins. In this interview, SkRossi spoke about his esports journey, Global Esports’ Valorant team dynamics, goals and aspirations going into VCT 2023 league, and more.

While talking about his goals and aspirations for VCT 2023, SkRossi emphasized the support he has received from fans over the years, noting that the Indian culture of protecting and defending one’s family is reflected in the way fans support their favorite players. “All these years, the fans have believed in me, and no matter what, they have tried to defend me. Even if I’m on the wrong side, even if whatever happened, they have always had my back. It’s Indian culture,” he said. He added that it is now his turn to give something back to the fans and make India proud on the global stage.

SkRossi’s main goal going into VCT 2023 is to establish an Indian esports team that other Indian players can look up to and be proud of. He acknowledged that Indian players and teams have traditionally worshiped foreign players and teams because Indian teams and players don’t have many achievements on the global stage. “In India, it’s always like, even for me, we have always worshiped foreign idols and foreign teams. We never had “this is the Indian team we look up to” or “this is the Indian player we look up to.” There was nothing like that because we had no achievements in esports outside our country,” he said.

SkRossi believes that he is in a position to change this perception and that the VCT 2023 franchise league is his moment to shine. “I am in a position to change that, I have a backup, and I have good people around me to help me achieve that. So this is my moment, I need to do it, and I will try my best to give an Indian team, that Indian players look up to, an Indian player that Indian players or aspiring players look up to,” he said.

SkRossi also highlighted the need for a role model for Indian players, someone they can look up to and aspire to be like. He noted that while there are multiple talents from North America (NA), Europe (EU), and Southeast Asia (SEA), there is currently no one from India who has made a significant impact on the global stage. “There are multiple talents from NA that people from NA look up to. There are multiple talents from the EU, and there are multiple talents from SEA, but there’s no one from India who has done anything great in the world such that people can say I need to become that guy. I want to give that,” he said.

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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.

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