SkRossi Gives His Views On New Global Esports IGL AYRIN


SkRossi Talks About the New IGL of the Global Esports Valorant Team

A new captain to lead a fresh Global Esports roster.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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During a recent interview with Yinsu, SkRossi presented his views about the new IGL of the Global Esports Valorant team.
SkRossi spoke about AYRIN, who will be taking over the reins from HellrangeR.
In addition to this, SkRossi also pointed out the similarities between the old and new captains of the side.

The leading Indian esports organization, Global Esports, is the only team from South Asia to receive a franchise slot for Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2023 and the team is putting in a lot of effort to present a competitive side for the upcoming tournaments.

Global Esports currently has 10 players in total on its Valorant roster, including Jordan "AYRIN" He, the new IGL (In-Game Leader) for the side, all the way from Canada.

During a recent interview, Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar, one of the finest Valorant players from India, gave his personal insights about the team's new captain who had taken over the reins from Bhavin "HellrangeR" Kotwani.

SkRossi was recently interviewed by Yinsu "Yinsu" Collins, a popular esports caster and journalist, talking his heart out on lots of things Valorant and personal.

While most of the things discussed were focused on Global Esports competing in the upcoming VCT 2023: LOCK//IN São Paulo, it also offered great insight about the player, reintroducing him to the international scene ahead of the first LAN of the year.

SkRossi - Top Valorant player from India

In one segment, SkRossi presented his thoughts about the new captain who would be leading the revamped Valorant roster of Global Esports, AYRIN, an experienced player who formerly competed with XSET in the North American circuit.

"AYRIN is like really friendly, he does not have any superiority complex of having competed in the VALORANT Champions 2022 or at the top-level," says SkRossi, "He is very down to earth and humble, willing to help all the players. If they have any doubts or confusion about something, he will be the first one to come and provide the solution."

He further pointed out that Ayrin is a very chill guy who just likes to see all the players get better at their respective roles. However, when Yinsu pointed out that that the Canadian was a very funny person, SKRossi shared that they still had not seen that side of him yet.

Comparing him to the former IGL for Global Esports, HellrangeR, who had captained the side for more than two years, SkRossi said that the two are similar in terms of the calls they make, "I had a similar IGL before and when I play with AYRIN, listen to his calls, I feel like there are a lot of similarities, but AYRIN is much more confident and experienced."

Note: The related segment starts from 01:55 onwards.

The final Valorant lineup for Global Esports is not fixed yet. It will be interesting to see which players end up securing a spot in the playing five and how they end up performing in São Paulo, Brazil against some of the best teams from across the world.

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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.

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