With the end of the ESL India Premiership Fall Season a few days ago at the Fall Season LAN Finale in Hyderabad, the transfer season is on.
Orgless5, playing with Deathmaker (of Entity gaming) beat Global Esports to win the title of Fall season CSGO Champions, thereby earning a slot at Dreamhack Delhi CSGO Invitational.
This result can be called an upset of sorts for Global Esports, who were considered favourites to take the crown.
Keeping the results of the fall season in mind, it was widely expected that most of the teams would undergo roster changes.
The roster changes have finally begun.
Global Esports have secured the services of Sunny “Deathmaker” Das, who was last seen playing for Entity Gaming at the Zowie Extremesland ASIA CSGO LAN final in China. Deathmaker had only recently joined the Entity gaming line-up in August 2019.
Joining him at Global Esports will be none other than Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose, who was last seen playing for Orgless5 at the ESL India Premiership FALL LAN Finale. Antidote is no stranger to Global Esports, having played for the organisation in the past.
Meanwhile, Rahul “t1toSAVAGE” Sridhar and Tejas “Rexy” Kotian have been benched.
It is no secret that Sagnik ‘Hellff’ Roy, Sunny “Deathmaker” Das and Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose are the best of friends. Maybe that is what propelled this move into fruition?
Only time will tell if Global Esports will be able to dominate the Indian CSGO scene with this new roster.
New Global Esports CSGO Roster:
• Bhavin “HellrangeR” Kotwani
• Sagnik ‘Hellff’ Roy
• Sunny “Deathmaker” Das
• Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose
• Norbu “karamil” Tsering
• Matt “dayv1d” David (Coach)
• Saharyar “BaDMaN” Shaikh (?)
• Rahul “t1toSAVAGE” Sridhar (benched)
• Tejas “Rexy” Kotian (benched)