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South Asia has some really promising talent and if given the opportunity and resources, they have the potential to keep up with the best in the world. South Asia only got one spot in the Last Chance Asia Qualifier last year, which made it difficult for many players to present their presence in the global arena. But with VCC 2022 providing a gateway to the APAC Challengers in Phases One and Two, we will see the true potential of South Asian players versus the giants of the APAC region.

Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar – Global eSports

SkRossi is possibly the biggest name in South Asia’s Valorant e-sports. The player had a dream run at last year’s Valorant Conquerors Championship and helped GE win the 2021 VCC. But things didn’t go well for his team after that. The team had planned to attend a bootcamp in Thailand for the APAC Last Chance Qualifier but COVID restrictions meant SkRossi had to compete from India with his team. GE didn’t make an impact at the event, but the actors all complimented SkRossi.

During last year’s APAC last-chance qualifier, Filipino analyst Nico “Black” Gayoso stated, “SkRossi is what VCC needs. Someone has become the face of their region (South Asia) on the global stage, so surely any praise he has received is well-deserved. ” 2022 could be the year that SkRossi puts India on the map at the Valorant Champions Tour.

Mustafa “shooterR” Kamal – Group Mining

ShooterR is a former CS:GO player who moved to Valorant in May 2021. He joined Portal Esports before joining Team Exploit. The player is one of the most consistent players in South Asia and helped Team Exploit break into the region’s top three in August 2021.

During the qualifiers, Team Exploit was undefeated and had a horrible 7-0 result. ShooterR will continue to show their impressive form as they head into the main event of VCC 2022. Players who helped Team Exploit win Gamers Galaxy Valorant 2021, GameRED Infinity Cup and VCC 2022 qualifiers in Pakistan (PK) and Afghanistan (AF).

Jayanth “skillZ” Ramesh – Global eSports

SkillZ’s performances are often overlooked by the Valorant community in South Asia. He is one of the most versatile players in the region with the ability to adapt to any situation. During their time at Global Esports, players have mastered Astra and Jett, two agents with vastly different kits. He also played a bit of Killjoy last year and is capable of learning new agents and changing his playstyle in any meta.

He may not be at the top of the table in every competitive game he plays, but if you look at his performance over the past three months you will notice that he is one of the more consistent players. best in the game. With a K/D above 1.2 and the ability to tackle when it matters most, the quiet boy in the Global Esports class deserves a little more recognition.

  • Preferred Dealer: Astra, Jett, Killjoy

  • Average battle score: 214.0

  • K/D: 1.22

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Caroline Bleakley

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