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Global Esports Announce The Departure Of Michael Wronski From The Roster

Stotram Roy Moitra  |   Jul 15, 8:19 AM   |   3 min read

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Global Esports has announced the departure of their Australian player, Michael “WRONSKI” Wronski from the roster. This also marks the end of Oceania's representation in the VCT Franchise League. Wronski had spent eight months with the organization where he played only four matches against PRX, DRX, Zeta Division, and T1. 

Unfortunately, Global did not win any match with Wronski in Pacific League. The Australian player also announced that he will be retiring from esports and will build a startup in Australia.

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Global Esports Releases Aussie Player 'WRONSKI' From The Roster


Wronski's retirement from competitive Valorant also marks the end of Oceanic representation in the VCT Franchise League. Wronski previously played for the Australian organization, Order where his Jett rose to prominence in the Oceania region. Wronski’s departure also indicates that Global Esports will be fielding a six-man roster for their VCT Pacific League. 


Global Esports is one of the ten franchised organizations that compete in the Pacific League for a shot at international tournaments to represent South Asia. They currently field a 6-man roster including the Indian superstar, Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar. They previously competed in South Asian Valorant and were a dominant force with SkRossi leading the charge. However, after joining the Pacific League, Global Esports retained only two of their Indian players from the original roster: SkRossi and LightningFast.


While SkRossi might have taken the spotlight, Abhirup “LightningFast” Paul Choudhury is critical to making effective entries and hero plays for his team. While Rossi shone on Jett and Chamber, LightningFast played both Raze and other agents, bringing a lot of flexibility to the roster. 


Global will be starting their upcoming VCT Pacific Last Chance Qualifier journey on 18th July where they will go head-to-head against Indonesia's representative, Rex Regum Qeon. 

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