Only Indian team to compete against International Heavyweights
The offline tournament for the Valorant Champions Tour 2023 is scheduled to take place today 13th February in Brazil. Riot Games organised the event in São Paulo, which will follow the game’s latest 6.02 patch. It will be played at the Ginásio do Ibirapuera. It has a total prize pool of $500,000, which will be distributed among the 32 teams taking part in this competition. The tournament will go on till the 4th of March, and all the teams are placed in a single-elimination bracket and will face off against one another in a best of 3 game series. As for the Indian audience, it is a proud moment as the Indian organisation Global Esports will be seen competing against international talents.
About Global Esports
As you all already know, Global Esports is one of the prominent Esports organisations in India and are known for its rosters in different esports titles. Rushindra Sinha, the owner and CEO of Global Esports has worked hard to build a solid team and has fulfilled this. They became the only Indian team to have a partnership with Riot’s VCT 2023. They have performed in India since the early days and became one of the best. They recently made their appearance on the International stage.
With, their participation in the Pacific League, Global Esports will compete against Paper Rex, DRX, and other teams. The group made a number of roster adjustments while keeping in mind the calibre of opposition they will see during the VCT 2023 international split.
Another big thing that came up was their participation in the first Valorant Champions Tour event of the 2023 season, the VCT 2023: LOCK//IN São Paulo.
Roster of Global Esports in the VCT 2023: LOCK//IN São Paulo
Currently, Global Esports will be seen in action with a 7-man roster which includes –
This roster comprises the finest players from the Asia-Pacific region where they will be taking part under the Global Esports banner. The main focus will be on the matches that they will be put in with. With this experienced roster, they will surely outperform their opponent as they may get the upper hand with this talented roster.
Global Esports draw
On the 23rd of February, Global Esports will start their VALORANT Champions Tour 2023: LOCK//IN São Paulo against Team Vitality in the Round of 32. Let’s see how they will perform with this roster consisting of mix of talents from different regions.