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To Win The Skyesports SEA Championship, Bleed Esports Defeated Mith.

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Skyesports SEA Championship


The Skyesports SEA Championship was won by Bleed Esports after they defeated MiTH in the grand finals.

In the main stage of the Valorant competition, Bleed Esports only lost one of the eight maps it played.

Along with bragging rights, Bleed Esports won $15,000 USD in prize money.


Bleed Esports emerged champions from the Skyesports SEA Championship after losing just one map throughout the entire competition.


Four eligible teams, two from South Asia and two from Southeast Asia, competed over the course of three days of fierce action, and Bleed Esports emerged victorious, taking home the majority of the $15,000 USD prize pool as well as the bragging rights.


The best-of-five grand finals did not go the full five games, but MiTH (Made in Thailadn) certainly hung on as long as they could, giving it everything they had, and forcing Bleed to battle all the way.


Bleed Esports Defeats MiTH in the Grand Finals 


SkRossi, one of India’s top Valorant players who is renowned for his dominant Jett gameplay and feared by many, took to Instagram to express his feelings over Global Esports saying goodbye to its current team, with whom they have been in competition for more than two years.


“Feeling emptiness in my heart after a very long time,” says SkRossi, “No guarantee of playing together, living together, spending time together, gonna miss this phase a lot and a lot to learn from each individual.”


He was at peace with the idea that Global Esports will switch to an international roster in order to compete in the VCT 2023: Pacific League at its highest level. SkRossi added that he sincerely hopes and wants to see an Indian lineup take the lead on a global scale.


“I really hope and wish to see an all Indian roster on the big stages dominating the international scene in the future, regardless of where or how I end up,” states SkRossi.


Global Esports has been a force to be reckoned with in the South Asian tournament side since the organization’s founding in October 2020, which was more than two years ago. Within the initial months, the Indian roster quickly made a name for itself and quickly became the best team in the area, maintaining its domination to this day.


The squad was given a franchise spot in the VCT 2023: Pacific League due to its consistency in tournament play and capacity to produce excellent content that solidified relationships with its fans.


The following is the lineup that Global Esports has suggested for the VCT 2023: Pacific League:


  • Jordan “AYRIN” He – IGL
  • Kim “t3xture” Na-ra
  • Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki
  • Michael “WRONSKI” Wronski
  • Cahya “Monyet” Nugraha
  • Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar
  • Abhirup “Lightningfast” Choudhury
  • Hong “Eraser” Chang-pyo – Coach