Revenant Esports, a prominent name in India’s esports scene, has cemented its VALORANT roster with the addition of the seasoned gamer, Ganesh “SKRossi” Gangadhar. SKRossi, a well-known name in the competitive VALORANT landscape, brings an abundance of expertise and a winning mentality to the team.
Revenant Esports Completes its Valorant Roster
SKRossi’s journey to Revenant Esports is paved with notable achievements. His foray into VALORANT with Global Esports in 2020 marked a significant shift in his career path. The transition proved to be a masterstroke, leading to triumphs at the VALORANT Conquerors Championship 2021, Skyesports Souvenir Mumbai 2022, and the Skyesports Champions Series 2022.
Notably, SKRossi’s prowess shone brightly during the VCT Pacific League in 2023, where he showcased his skills against formidable opponents like GenG. In a standout performance, he boasted an impressive KDA of 47/29/6 across two maps.
SkRossi’s Valorant History
The synergy between SKRossi and his longtime teammate, Jayanth “skillZ” Ramesh, adds familiarity and coordination to Revenant Esports. The team’s new VALORANT lineup boasts a blend of homegrown talent, featuring Kasif “Paradox” Sayyed and Prish “Tricky” Valvani. Additionally, it includes international imports Dastan “dos9” Zhumagali from Kazakhstan and Michael “Severine” Winata from Indonesia.
SKRossi, reflecting on his new venture, stated, “It’s been a challenging journey to reach this point, but my sole focus now is to work harder than ever before and embark on this new challenge with a brand new team.” His enthusiasm mirrors the team’s collective spirit to conquer new heights.
SKRossi’s heartfelt message on his X account reflects a determination to overcome past setbacks. He acknowledges the hurdles ahead but expresses unwavering resolve to evolve and improve. The 6-man roster of Revenant Esports is now complete.
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The anticipation builds as Revenant Esports gears up for the upcoming VALORANT Challengers South Asia, commencing on February 1, 2024. Revenant Esports has emerged as a frontrunner for victory in the Valorant Challengers League 2024 South Asia: Split 1. The stage is all set as Revenant Esports aims to unlock success with its newly minted roster.