Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki is no longer on the starting lineup of Global Esports.
INDIA – Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki has been moved out of Global Esports’ starting lineup and put on the transfer list, meaning the India-based organization is now open to hear offers for the 24-year-old. Bazzi is keen on exploring various roles, excluding that of a Controller.
This adjustment is the third for Global Esports in the recent week, following the exits of Jordan “AYRIN” He and Kim “t3xture” Na-ra from the team. This shuffle comes on the back of their VCT Pacific League stint where they secured the eighth position and failed to win any series in the subsequent Last Chance Qualifier.
It was further revealed today that a complete rebuild is in the works.
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Having previously been with On Sla2ers and Crazy Raccoon, Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki made the move to Global Esports in October alongside four other newcomers for VCT Pacific. Here, he transitioned from his primary role as a Duelist to an Initiator, a shift that was also taken by many in the team, while GE’s longtime player, Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar, assumed the Duelist position.
Throughout the season in Seoul, Bazzi shared a similar individual rating with his Korean fellow, t3xture, who also transitioned to the Initiator role. However, the approach of fielding multiple duelist into a team did not yield the desired results, as Global Esports concluded their journey prematurely, missing out on the Pacific League playoffs.
As Global Esports reasses their strategies for the 2024 season, it is highly-likely that Bazzi will not feature in their future plans. This decision reduces GE’s books to only three players and a pair of coaches.
Parties interested for Bazzi’s services can contact the Indian organization directly or get in touch with the player’s agent at [email protected].
Global Esports’ roster now looks as follows:
- 🇮🇩 Cahya “Monyet” Nugraha
- 🇮🇳 Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar
- 🇮🇳 Abhirup “Lightningfast” Choudhury
- 🇰🇷 Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki (Inactive)
- 🇬🇧 Peter “Spin” Bradford (Coach)
- 🇬🇧 Morgan “BigTime” Jay (Assistant coach)
Cover photo courtesy of VCT Pacific