SkRossi Takes An Insane 1HP Ace In Valorant


[Watch] SkRossi Loses the Round but Takes an Insane 1HP Ace in Valorant

Winning is secondary, dominance is the real deal.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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SkRossi secured an absolutely cracked 1HP ace in Valorant during double overtime.
Despite his brilliant effort, SkRossi ended up losing the round for his side.

There are times when you pop off during a particular round but still end up losing simply because your team fails to keep up with your godly form. Well, something similar recently transpired with one of the best Valorant players from India, Ganesh "SkRossi" Gangadhar, who despite taking an absolutely cracked ace, ended up in the losing side.

The 25-year-old was having a chill practice session playing Valorant alongside top players like Vibhor "Vibhor" Vaid from Gods Reign and Wang "Jinggg" Jing Jie from Paper Rex, among others when viewers were treated to an epic 1HP ace that has emboldened his fans that 2023 is going to be huge for the star player.

SkRossi puts his skills to the test securing an insane 1HP ace but still takes the 'L'

In a recent Valorant match against other professional and extremely high-ranked players from South Asia and Southeast Asia region, SkRossi managed to score 'play of the game' on the back of an incredible 1HP play during double overtime.

The scores were levelled '14-14' and SkRossi was left standing alone in a 1v2 situation as he kept finding frags with his favorite single-shot weapon, Operator. Unfortunately, while picking his fourth kill he was brought down to just a single point of health, with one enemy player still remaining and only 15 seconds on the clock.

SkRossi spotting the fourth player

Having retrieved the spike, SkRossi rushed towards the site to get a plant down but soon realized that it was too late and ended up conceding the round.

However, just when the round was about to end he was awarded an opportunity to complete his ace and connecting a crisp headshot made sure that he at least walked away with some form of personal satisfaction.

It was quite the predicament because on one hand, SkRossi had managed to secure a brilliant ace, putting his skills to the test and passing with flying colours, but on the other, some minor miscalculations had resulted in a lost round for his side.

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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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