Velocity Gaming is making yet another big move to strengthen their presence in Indian Valorant circuit by acquiring Debanjan ‘DeathMaker’ Das in a planned buyout for an undisclosed amount. Multiple sources close to TalkEsport have confirmed that this buyout is already set in motion and the amount is paid by VLT to GodLike Esports.
DeathMaker currently plays for GodLike Esports and has proved to be a valuable asset for the team. He transitioned from CS:GO to Valorant when the new FPS title started to rise in popularity in the country. The addition of DeathMaker will make him seventh player on the VLT roster.
Velocity Gaming underwent some massive changes in the past few months. One of their key assets, Karan ‘Excali’ Mhaswadkar, joined Samurai Esports and his gap was quickly filled by the addition of Agneya ‘Marzil’ Koushik to the roster.
Sabyasachi ‘Antidote’ Bose also left the roster very soon to join GodLike Esports and VLT made a surprising addition to their team by bringing Mohit ‘mw1’ Wakle onboard before the start of Valorant Conquerors Championship 2021.
The new roster of Velocity Gaming looks formidable and the inclusion of Deathmaker on this powerful team will make them unstoppable. As mentioned earlier, the buyout is already set in motion and an announcement is expected to follow very soon.
As Velocity Gaming will become a seven-man roster, it will be interesting to see how these players are shuffled in the upcoming tournaments. DeathMaker will certainly increase the raw firepower of this roster with his versatile gameplay.