Don’t Think Coach Is A Mandate In Valorant: SkRossi

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TalkEsport caught up with Global Esports’ Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar at the Valorant Conquerors Championship after the former’s convincing victory over Damaru Esports (Nepal) and Team Enigma (India) as they now head over to the Finals Playoff format.

VCC Interact brings you an all-exclusive video chat between Deepak “dpk” Ojha, founder of TalkEsport, and SkRossi, professional Valorant player for Global Esports.

This in-depth interview, running over eight minutes long, starts up with handling the expectations that the community bears towards Global Esports and indeed the pressure which looms over the team while in the process to be the top contenders. SkRossi was fluent in answering the same where he stated that the overall pressure from his fans and the community has kept him motivated throughout his journey and would never stop to get better at the game.

When asked about adding an additional pair of eyes to the team might further propel the chances to defy their odds, SkRossi feels, rather than having an analyst or a coach, a team should have five flexible individuals who would easily adapt to the meta, work on the same and come up with new strategies. He further insisted on not having just one player to call shots for his team and act as the lone leader of the pack.

This Mantra of SkRossi’s seems to have landed them on the right track as they now look towards the VCC Finals Playoff seed where they play their Indian counterparts, Velocity Gaming on August 27.

If you wish to watch our entire interview with Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar, do check out the video embedded below.

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