Eraser leads Indian team Global Esports

Indian esports organization Global Esports has announced the appointment of Eraser as the head coach of the VALORANT roster. It should be noted that earlier this 25-year-old South Korean specialist headed the DAMWON Gaming team.

We are proud to announce the return of Eraser. For those who don't know, Eraser was our Korean Fortnite player and DAMWON Gaming coach. He is joining Global Esports to help us as a VALORANT team coach. It's time to start our comeback story.

Eraser appeared on the professional scene in the fall of 2020, having moved from the Fortnite discipline. At the beginning of 2021, a 25-year-old South Korean specialist headed DAMWON Gaming. During the season under his leadership, the team became the winner of VCT 2021: Korea Stage 1 Challengers 1 and VCT 2021: Korea Stage 1 Challengers 3, and also got into the top three winners of VCT 2021: Korea Stage 1 Masters, VCT 2021: Korea Stage 2 Challengers, VCT 2021: Korea Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs and VCT 2021: APAC Last Chance Qualifier.

The last tournament for Eraser at the helm of DAMWON Gaming was VCT 2022: Korea Stage 1 Challengers, after which the team took fourth place and earned $9,050.

Note that the next championship for the Indian team will be Skyesports Grand Slam - Phase 2, which will be held from April 14 to 17 with a prize pool of $11,500.

From now on, the Global Esports roster for VALORANT is as follows: