Rushindra Sinha Reveals the Reason Why Global Esports Brought Eraser On-board
Staff, 2022-10-29 04:38:00,
Rushindra Sinha says the intent to sign Eraser was to prepare for the Valorant League
Sinha revealed that Global Esports signed Eraser as the coach of its Valorant roster as it was expecting to get a franchise slot in Riot Games’ 2023 Valorant International League. Even before the confirmation of the franchise slot from Riot Games, the organization was paying Eraser a “minimum franchise salary” as it was confident about making it on the franchise list.
In his recent stream, a viewer posed the question: ”Why are you retaining Eraser? GE didn’t improve under him at all.” Responding to this, Sinha said, “For all those who are asking about our coach, the reason we brought Eraser on board was for franchising. We didn’t bring Eraser on board and there was no improvement in the team, and still, we are retaining him as a coach for the franchise? We brought Eraser to Global Esports in anticipation of a franchise slot.” He added, “We were paying him minimum franchise salary even before franchising because we knew this was coming.”
Notably, the team greatly improved and won multiple championships, including the Skyesports Champions Series and Skyesports Souvenir 2022 – Mumbai, after Eraser came on board.
Prior to becoming a Valorant coach, Eraser was a professional Fortnite player for Global Esports and played under its banner for almost a year. Although the Fortnite team did not win any major tournament, Eraser made his mark in the community. After retiring as a…
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