SkRossi Shows Insane Aim During Aimlab Practice


[Watch] SkRossi Shows His Insane Aim During Aimlab Practice at VCT LOCK//IN

Sick skills to take kills.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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SkRossi could not showcase an outright dominant performance at the VCT 2023: LOCK//IN Sao Paulo but his skills were surely noticed.
During the break between the second and third map, SkRossi showcased his beast skills on Aimlab which was even appreciated by Sean Gares.

Global Esports was eliminated by Team Vitality in the very first round of the VCT 2023: LOCK//IN São Paulo, but despite losing the team showed heart and its potential to be a top contender in the upcoming tournaments.

The superstar player from India, Ganesh "SkRossi" Gangadhar, created history by becoming the first-ever player from India to compete in an international VCT tournament. Unfortunately, the debut did not exactly meet all the hype and expectations that had been created by the fans going into this match.

Even SkRossi himself admitted that this was not a really good performance from his side and that he could have done so much better. However, this does not take anything away from the fact that he has insane aim and skills to be amongst the best in Valorant, with his Aimlab practice clip from the main stage going absolutely viral.

Checkout this warmup clip from the VCT 2023 LOCK//IN where SkRossi goes ham in Aimlab

Down by a map in its best-of-three series against Team Vitality, it was going to be a tall task for Global Esports to make a comeback, but SkRossi was prepared for the action and hit Aimlab before heading into the second map.

The outcome was a viral video where SkRossi could be seen going absolutely wild in the server by targeting yellow-coloured balls on his screen with the objective being to hit them as fast as possible with maximum possible precision.

Throughout this warmup session, he held a precision of more than 80% and concluded with an average accuracy of 84%. His other metrics also looked pretty neat, hitting 74% of all targets with an average reaction time of 226 MS.

Reacting to this clip, Sean "sgares" Gares - Valorant Caster and Coach, appreciated the aim skill shown by SkRossi by saying that "He is fast. He is missing some of these but his aim looks steady. I don't know, I like what I am seeing."

SkRossi did go on to show a massive improvement in his individual skill during the second map which took place on Pearl, which was also his best performance of the series, posting an ACS of 202 along with a a K/D/A of 18/15/10.

It will be interesting to see how he goes on to perform at the VCT 2023: Pacific League which starts from 26th March onwards, after practicing for a few more weeks with the team.

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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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