Global Esports have parted ways with their Australian-Laotian player Michael “WRONSKI” Wronski, with Pacific LCQ on the horizon
Michael “WRONSKI” Wronski, the Australian-Laotian player for the Indian organization Global Esports, has chosen to end his career in VALORANT. This decision comes after his departure from the team after struggling to find success in the Regular Season of VCT Pacific. He played only four out of nine matches in the League as the roster was trying to find a stable position.
Thank you for everything, Wronski. We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/4di90QzoWO
— Global Esports (@GlobalEsportsIn) July 14, 2023
Global Esports WRONSKI’s Short Career
WRONSKI was the only player from Oceania in the Tier-1 VALORANT scene, and he started his professional journey in 2021 for PillowBangers, being one of the only few from his region to participate in First Strike Oceania. Then he began to compete in VALORANT Oceania Tour in 2021 under the team names of Funcrew, Team Bliss and PEACE.
Before joining Global Esports in October 2022, WRONSKI was part of ORDER’s active lineup, where he participated in APAC’s Last Chance Qualifier in 2022. From primarily playing Duelist roles in the past, WRONSKI picked up Initiator Agent KAY/O for his new team and only played nine maps for Global Esports, winning two.
With the news of my departure I have also decided to end my career short. Thank you to GE and all my past teammates and coaches. This industry isn’t for me but I feel blessed to have been apart of it even just for a little while. Thank you again to everybody that has been with me https://t.co/8dOvoKOmzq
— WRONSKI (@WRONSKIOCE) July 14, 2023
“This industry isn’t for me, but I feel blessed to have been a part of it even just for a little while.” – the Australian-Laotian told the world about the end of his journey.
Global Esports in LCQ
VCT Pacific Last Chance Qualifier is on the way, and Global Esports will be playing their first match against the Indonesian contender Rex Regum Qeon in five days. Without WRONSKI on the lineup, this is how the team will look in LCQ –
- Ganesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar
- Abhirup “Lightningfast” Choudhury
- Jordan “AYRIN” He
- Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki
- Cahya “Monyet” Nugraha
- Kim “t3xture” Na-ra
- Hong “Eraser” Chang-pyo (Coach)