Debanjan ‘DeathMaker’ Das has finally decided to get a taste of the Valorant hype by the looks of it, with the player set to join GodLike Esports’ Valorant squad. The Indian csgo phenom saw his Global Esports contract end a couple of days earlier and was reportedly in talks with an unnamed international organisation for their CSGO roster.
However, the deal fell through and DeathMaker has since opted to switch to Valorant, joining the budding GodLike roster. The former Global Esports star had this to say about his tenure with the organisation.
“Time has finally come for me and Global Esports to part ways. I am glad to say I found more than just an organization; I found wonderful friends, supporters and a place to call home for such a long time. Thank you for making me part of the Global family and helping me in my endeavour to excel in an esports title I grew up loving. We conquered several battlegrounds with Global Esports and I hope to someday work with them again in some capacity. “
GodLike presents DeathMaker with a unique opportunity and perhaps, a throwback to his old days, with the organisation still building their reputation as a top team in the Indian Valorant scene.
DeathMaker is widely recognised as one of the most mechanically gifted csgo players to compete in the Indian region and was ranked the #1 Indian csgo star by TalkEsport in 2019.
With this change, GodLike will have six members in their Valorant squad and it will be interesting to see whose place DeathMaker ends up taking. DeathMaker’s addition is a real statement by GodLike and we will be looking forward to how the lineup and the organisation develops its reputation in the Valorant scene in the near future.
After the addition of DeathMaker, The GodLike Esports’ Valorant roster will be as follows:
- Jigar ‘sMx’ Mehta
- Debanjan ‘DeathMaker’ Das
- Divyansh ‘Scargod’ Jain
- Abhay ‘KnightRider_’ Mulchandani
- Shane ‘whitehorse’ Kariwow
- Shivam ‘sh1vy’ Ajmani