The Indian esports community is all hyped up with the news of Tejas ‘Ace’ Sawant’s much-anticipated return to Counter-Strike. A name synonymous with excellence in the game, Ace’s journey has been nothing short of remarkable. Let’s delve deeper into this significant announcement and its implications.
Tejas ‘Ace’ Sawant is not just any player; he’s a legend in the Indian Counter-Strike community. As a pivotal member of Team Wolf, Ace etched his name in history as part of the only Indian team to participate in a Major, specifically the ESL One Cologne 2014. His career saw him donning jerseys for renowned teams like Entity Gaming, Team iNvictus, and Global Esports. However, in 2020, Ace decided to hang up his boots in Counter-Strike and transitioned to the rising esports title, VALORANT.
Ace’s foray into VALORANT was marked by success and adaptability. He joined Velocity Gaming’s VALORANT squad and later played pivotal roles in Team Mahi and Revenant Esports. His leadership qualities shone brightly as he took on the role of IGL for Team Sarafa. Yet, the call of Counter-Strike proved irresistible.
Ace recently announced his decision to return to his roots, Counter-Strike. The EMG Legends Cup LAN will mark his final appearance in a VALORANT tournament. After this, he plans to take a brief hiatus before diving back into the world of Counter-Strike. Fans and fellow players eagerly await to see what this next chapter holds for the seasoned player.