SKRossi is allowed to explore options

Written By Onur Demirkol Writer
Last UpdatedOctober 23, 2023 at 03:25PM
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Ganesh "SKRossi" Gangadhar announced that Global Esports have allowed him to explore his options for the upcoming season. SkRossi said in his tweet that he is open to competing across all regions and wants to prove himself wherever he goes.

SkRossi wasn’t included in Global Esports’ 2024 plans

Global Esports constructed a considerably large roster of 10 players, including talents from different regions. Maintaining such an extensive roster comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages, and the Indian organization mainly met with the downsides of having a wide roster. Global Esports failed to make a favorable impression on their fan base in the VCT 2023 Pacific League, concluding the competition with three wins and six losses, which prevented them from reaching the playoffs. SkRossi was there with the team, trying his best to keep his team in the race but he couldn’t accomplish this hard challenge.

The Indian player had been with the organization since the beginning of his career. Gangadhar’s career began back in 2020 with Global Esports, and until the end of the 2023 season, he played for the organization’s success. He had always been one of the most important pieces of every roster Global Esports had, but now it is time to part ways. Global Esports announced the departure a while ago, and now SkRossi has announced that he is looking for a new home. He is currently sitting at a 1.30 rating and a 1.33 K/D. The Indian player had 16 Chamber and 15 Jett games in the past year. He held a 1.35 rating with Chamber in his hands.

With SkRossi’s departure, here is the Global Esports roster that we will watch in 2024:

Onur Demirkol here, Editor for THESPIKEGG. You will see his name on a bunch of different articles here, whether they are breaking news or evergreen guides and content.

His journey in the industry has been marked by influential roles at esteemed platforms such as Flank Esports and 5Mid, where he served as editor-in-chief. Onur made significant contributions to their success in written content and social media, including a notable impact on an issue of the Turkish Esports Federation magazine. Currently, he serves as the Lead Editor for Gamelevate, taking pride in managing a global team of 12 talented writers. Additionally, Onur regularly contributes to Softonic, gHacks, Dataconomy, and Techbriefly. He has written thousands of articles, and that number continues to go up.

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