Report: Global Esports to sign Indian CSGO Roster

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According to several sources and a series of outcomes, it seems that Global Esports is likely to acquire Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad. Global Esports could possibly have Entity like layout with majority Indian roster alongside a couple of Europeans on-board and coach as well coming from abroad.

The Indian CS:GO scene is undergoing a season-end shuffle with various players already jumping the sinking boats. Earlier this week, Rahul ‘titoSAVAGE’ Sridhar and Sabyasachi ‘Antidote’ Bose departed the Mumbai based organization, 2EZ Gaming.

Prior to the departure of duo, Chinmay ‘PoK1’ Mehta eventually left 2EZ Gaming to join Entity Gaming. Although Tejas ‘Rexy’ Kotian hasn’t announced his departure, he is also expected to bid goodbye to 2EZ Gaming.

Entity Gaming had also benched Simar ‘Psy’ Sethi and Bhavin ‘HellRangeR’ Kotwani earlier this year to pave way for Đorđe ‘DJOXiC’ Niciforović and Chinmay ‘PoKI’ Mehta.

Global Esports is an India based organization which regulates multiple rosters across popular esport titles – Overwatch, Fortnite, PLAYERUNKNOWN’s BATTLEGROUNDS and the next being Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

The organization’s inception dates back to 2017 when it organised The International 7: Pubstomp and signed the foremost Overwatch squad. In November 2018, Global Esports established bootcamp in Seoul to facilitate their Overwatch and Fortnite squads based in South Korea.

Though there are speculations around who gets to play what, nothing is confirmed yet. Can our readers make a guess, who the players are?

We’ll reach out to the management of Global Esports once we have more information.

 

 

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