Spin On How Global Esports Plans To Use Seven Player Roster


Spin on Global Esports Seven Player Strategy: Fixed Five or Rotation Based

How does the team plan on using all its players?

Aditya Singh Rawat
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During a recent post-match interview, Spin highlighted how Global Esports plans on using its seven-player roster.
So far, the organization has only used international players because both SkRossi and Lightningfast were facing visa issue.
Now that all seven players are available, it will be interesting to see the playing five that Global Esports field against Talon Esports.

The Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2023: Pacific League is about to enter its fourth week of the regular season and Global Esports is still struggling to find its first series win. The team has shown promise, pushing DRX to the limit but has not been able to capitalize on good starts.

Ahead of its match against Talon Esports which is scheduled to take place on 17th April, Global Esports finally has all its seven players available and ready for the competition. The question is how does the organization plan on using this extended lineup?

During the recent post-match interview, Peter "Spin" Bradford - Assistant Coach of Global Esports, spoke on the topic and provided insight about whether the team is thinking of operating a main starting five or would it a more rotation-based composition.

Spin explains how Global Esports plans on using its seven-player roster

So far in this league, Global Esports was forced to use its international players due to the Indian duo of Ganesh "SkRossi" Gangadhar and Abhirup "Lightningfast" Choudhury facing visa issues.

Now that all players have arrived in Seoul, South Korea and are well rested, everyone is looking forward to seeing what lineup the team opens with in its upcoming match against Talon Esports.

Talking about how Global Esports is planning on utilizing this extended lineup, Spin said that, "Not 100% sure. We have a couple of plans that we are working on in the background. Obviously, with SkRossi and Lightningfast arriving in the last couple of days, we haven't had a chance to practice with them yet. Now, we have a whole week to practice. So we will test out a couple of things, a couple of ideas that we have, and then make our decisions according to them."

SkRossi and Lightningfast join rest of Global Esports team

Nothing is clear at this point in time about what lineup will be representing Global Esports in the server against Talon Esports. However, one thing that everyone knows is the importance of winning the upcoming best-of-three series because both teams have gone 0-3 in the league thus far.

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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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