The biggest Valorant organization in India and South Asia has announced three more additions to its Valorant roster ahead of VCT 2023.
Global Esports is one of the 30 teams in the world that is made into franchising. Similar to other, partnered teams, the team from India took part in the ongoing rostermania. Their first signing of the new team was none other than former XSET player ‘Ayrin’. The CEO of GE, Rushindra Sinha stated earlier that Ayrin would only be the first of multiple new additions.
Officially joined @GlobalEsportsIn as their IGL.
As I step into a new journey in my career, looking forward to your love and support as usual. #GEFighting.
PS: Namaste India, Happy Vijayadashami. pic.twitter.com/yyavCSxBCm
— GE AYRIN (@AYRINval) October 5, 2022
That statement proved true as Global Esports have officially announced the signings of three more players. In addition to ‘WRONSKI’ from Australia, they have acquired the Korean duo ‘Bazzi’ and ‘t3xture’. WRONSKI is a Laotian player who played for ORDER in the VCT Oceania Tour. Both of the Koreans played in VCT Korea in tier 1 teams. t3xture played for Damwon Gaming, while Bazzi was the last part of the On Sla2ers valorant roster.
Global Esports VCT Pacific League Team
I think we're forgetting a few names?! 👀🙄
— Dr Rushindra Sinha (@RushindraSinha) October 17, 2022
According to Dr. Sinha, the CEO, Global esports is planning to make a ten-man roster. They are willing to keep their Indian core 5. They planned to import 5 more players from other regions to fill the 10 spots. Once the roster is done, the playing 5 will be selected based on performance. With four of the five outside-India players announced. Only one spot is left. Reports suggest that the last addition will be ‘Lmemore’ from Singapore, who last played for Onic Esports.
Global Esport will head to Sao Paulo, Brazil in February next year to participate in the kickoff tournament of VCT 2023 alongside the other partnered teams. This will mark the first time for them to play at the international stage on LAN.