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Global Esports beat XO to qualify for VCC South Asia Main Event

Global Esports swept away EsportsXO, winning the first three maps in their best-of-five series to win the Final of the VCC India Qualifier #2 (13-1 Haven, 13-9 Ascent, 13-10 Icebox). With the win over XO, Global Esports join Velocity Gaming at the VCC South Asia Finals while XO will join Enigma Gaming in the Wildcard Qualifiers for the same.

Haven was a very quick affair, with Global Esports opting to go for early rushes starting out on the Attacking side. Ganesh ‘SkRossi’ Gangadhar ended the map with 21 kills over the 14 rounds, registering an ADR of 222.4.

Ascent saw XO start well and gain a 5-4 lead before Global Esports started pulverizing their opponents, ultimately ending in a 13-9 win for Bhavin ‘HellRanger’ Kotwani & co.

On Icebox, we saw Abhirup Paul ‘Lightningfast’ Choudhury wielding the Operator to good effect as Global Esports mounted a comeback on the Attacking side, overturning a 10-8 deficit into a 13-10 win on the map, closing out the best-of-five series in quick and dominating fashion.

SkRossi was undoubtedly the MVP of the Final in VCC India Qualifier #2, with the Global Esports star ending the series with 10 more total kills than any other player over the three maps (60 in total) and being the only player to breach the 300 mark in ACS (308) in the finals.

Abhisek Bajaj
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