Global Esports have appointed former player Bhavin “HellrangeR” Kotwani to take on the role of their Assistant General Manager.
INDIA – Bhavin “HellrangeR” Kotwani has been named the new Assistant General Manager of Global Esports, the organization revealed on Friday. The former player of GE will assume responsibility for overseeing the organization’s VCT Pacific roster, which is set to compete in the upcoming season in Seoul, South Korea.
This move comes three months after HellrangeR decided to retire as a player, having competed in two different FPS titles for nearly a decade and having worn the Global Esports jersey for over four years.
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“We have been working with Bhavin all through this off-season and he has showed himself to be intelligent, hardworking, and diligent,” head coach Peter “Spin” Bradford commented on the signing. “The value he has provided has been immense and we look forward to having him on board for 2024.”
HellrangeR assuming the position of Assistant General Manager marks his first time in a role outside of the server. This is another step in the organization’s overhaul for the upcoming season, with Global Esports at the present maintaining only Abhirup “Lightningfast” Choudhury, head coach Peter “Spin” Bradford, and assistant coach Morgan “BigTime” Jay on the roster. The decision whether Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar will be back next season remains under wraps, leaving questions regarding the arrangements for the Jett player.
One of India’s most decorated FPS players, HellrangeR concluded his playing career with a plethora of domestic trophies and top placing to his name. The titles at the 2021 VALORANT Conquerors Championship, 2022 Skyesports Champions Series, and 2022 Skyesports Souvenir Mumbai being some of the highlights. The 25-year-old also represented the South Asia region in the two stages of the 2022 VCT APAC Challengers, as well as the 2021 VCT APAC Last Chance Qualifier.
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