When it comes to e-sports, India has never really been seen as a heavyweight region that produces excellently skilled PC FPS (first-person shooter) players. Despite its success in mobile eSports through games like PUBG Mobile and Free Fire, the region has generally failed to produce world-class athletes for the games. like CS:GO.
So when Valorant players and streamers started getting messages on their Twitch chats asking if they knew anyone “SkRossi” yes, it started to raise an eyebrow. A possible tipping point when Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan (Sentinels, IGL) admitted, “Of course I know who SkRossi is, he looks cracked!”
It’s just a trailer though, of what’s going to hit the globe with the arrival and rise of a talented Indian Valorant player who has the community talking about the potential. untapped region of South Asia.
Things seem to have finally changed for the better, as the 23-year-old from Bengaluru has stepped forward and delivered what others thought was possible as a Valorant player in the region. Allow his amazing Jett plays to do all that talking, Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar entered the international Valorant arena with Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2021: Asia Pacific (APAC) Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) in October 2021 and the buzz he created is super real!
Many people in the global Valorant community are talking about him, be it in the form of praise, doubts or questions. But did his debut performance at the Asia-Pacific tournament really live up to all the hype? How far has his Jett gone from the others from the APAC region? Does he have what it takes to take things to the next level and possibly move into an international squad?
To answer these questions and more, we spoke with Seth “Achilios” King, Nico “Black” Gayoso, Clinton “Paper thin” Bader, Franco “Ilustrado” Bernardino, Rushindra “Salbatic” Sinha, and also the man himself, SkRossi.
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