2Ez Gaming picks up former Optic India’s antidote

2ez Gaming have confirmed the signing of ex-opTic India player Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose and Aaquib “FalKen” Dingankar, replacing the duo of Sunny “Recoilmaster” Gadge and Saharyar “BaDMaN” Shaikh.

Ameya Mankar echoed the thoughts of the team’s manager Omkar Yadav, about the importance of.. of having a strong awper like Antidote in the team.

2ez as a team could use someone who would bring stability in the team and we feel FalKen and Antidote would be the best match for the team, as one of them being the best awper in the indian pro circuit

The Mumbai based squad, who just yesterday defeated Slaughter Rage Army 2-0 in the rematch of the ESL India Fall Premiership Finale after the OpTic India fiasco, will hope that the experience and prowess of Antidote and FalKen can help them have a good run in ESL Pro League Asia and also challenge to be the best side in India.

FalKen, who most recently played for Entity and has since been coaching 2ez, is a veteran of the Indian CSGO scene, and will look to add some much-needed stability and balance, as well as actively support the explosive duo of Antidote and t1to.

Antidote, on the other hand, is considered to be one of the best awpers of India, will look to redeem himself and get another opportunity to represent India, after his team OpTic India was disbanded following the forsaken cheating scandal. His stats are among the best in India, with an average rating of 1.21, K/D of 1.28 and an impressive game 75.5 percent round wins when he got the first kill.

This means that the Mumbai based org, apart from its main CSGO squad, has a PUBG team, along with an academy team for CSGO, to nurture upcoming talent as well as provide them with the backing and support of an organization of the size of 2ez.

2Ez Gaming complete roster is:

[flag country=”in”] Rahul “t1toSAVAGE” Sridhar

[flag country=”in”] Tejas “Rex” Kotian

[flag country=”in”] Chinmay “Pok1″ Mehta

[flag country=”in”] Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose

[flag country=”in”] Aaquib “FalKen” Dingankar