WRONSKI Retires From Valorant Following Global Esports Departure

A sudden announcement to end his professional career.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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WRONSKI Retires From Valorant Following Global Esports Departure


Global Esports part ways with WRONSKI just a few days before the VCT 2023 Pacific Last Change Qualifier.
Following this announcement, WRONSKI declared his retirement from competitive Valorant.
In a public statement, WRONSKI mentioned that this industry is not meant for him.

Global Esports is about to start it journey through the VCT 2023: Pacific Last Change Qualifier from 19th July onwards. However, the team has decided to cut Michael "WRONSKI" Wronski from its extended Valorant roster with barely a week left to go.

The announcement was made by the organization earlier today on 14th July, parting ways with the Australian-Laotian player and wishing him the best for his future endeavors.

Surprisingly, WRONSKI just an hour later came forward to decalre his retirement from competitive Valorant, "With the news of my departure, I have also decided to end my career short."

WRONSKI Announces Retirement From Competitive Valorant: "This industry isn't for me"

Global Esports has officially cut short its Valorant lineup from seven to six players following the departure of one of its overseas talents, WRONSKI, who hailed from Australia and has previously played for top regional organizations like Chiefs Esports Club, Mindfreak, and ORDER.

During his almost nine-month stint with Global Esports, WRONSKI got an opportunity to represent the organization in only four official matches, all of them played during the regular season of VCT 2023 Pacific League.

WRONSKI took on oppositions like T1, DRX, ZETA DIVISION, and Paper Rex, contributing his best mostly with KAY/O along with an occasional Sage and Jett.

Surprisingly, his departure from Global Esports will witness him stepping back from competitive Valorant itself. In a public statement, WRONSKI thanked Global Esports along with all his previous teammates and coaches, while saying that the esports industry is not for mean for him.

"This industry isn’t for me but I feel blessed to have been apart of it even just for a little while. Thank you again to everybody that has been with me," said WRONSKI.

WRONSKI announces retirement from Valorant after Global Esports departure

The current active lineup for Global Esports is as follows,

  • Ganesh "SkRossi" Gangadhar

  • Jayanth "skillZ" Ramesh

  • Abhirup "Lightningfast" Choudhury

  • Jordan "AYRIN" He - IGL

  • Park "Bazzi" Jun-ki

  • Kim "t3xture" Na-ra

  • Cahya "Monyet" Nugraha

However, it looks like more roster changes are on the card for Global Esports.

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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.