Global Esports signs Indian female Valorant champions Grace Esports for VCT 2023: Game Changers APAC
Global Esports has announced its entry into the upcoming female-only Valorant tournament, the VCT 2023: Game Changers Asia Pacific (APAC). The team has confirmed the signing of the entire roster of Grace Esports, the winner of India’s first female-only Valorant LAN tournament, Skyesports Grand Slam Season 3 (Skyesports Luna).
The tournament will host female Valorant teams from Oceania, Southeast Asia, and South Asia. The first open qualifier will be held from 9th to 19th March, with a total prize pool of $10,000 USD. The top teams will advance to the group stage, which will run for eight months from March to October, with a prize pool of $75,000 USD.
Global Esports Phoenix, as the team will be called, has already registered for the tournament and will be led by the following players:
Saloni “Meow16K” Pawar
Akanksha “muffinloop” Sukhramani
Jagruti “Hyphae” Moholkar
Abisha “Baila” Joseph
All the players were shortlisted by Global Esports last year during multiple tryouts to select the playing five for its female Valorant roster.
It will be interesting to see how the team performs in the VCT 2023: Game Changers APAC, which is the premier league for professional and aspiring women athletes in Valorant. Global Esports Phoenix will be representing India and competing against some of the best female Valorant teams from the Asia Pacific region.
The team’s successful performance in Skyesports Grand Slam Season 3 (Skyesports Luna) showcases its potential, and with the support of Global Esports, the team could make waves in the upcoming tournament. Fans and esports enthusiasts can look forward to exciting gameplay and fierce competition as Global Esports Phoenix takes on the best female Valorant teams from the APAC region.