India’s five-member Group CS:GO and Tekken 7 athlete Hitesh Khorwal put up spectacular performances on the Regional Qualifiers and secured their locations within the Finals of the thirteenth Esports World Championship. With contrasting leads to the Regional Qualifiers, which had been performed on-line as a result of Covid-19 pandemic, Group India CS:GO and Hitesh have now joined Hemanth Kommu, who has already entered Finals in PES 2021 occasion final month.
Group India CS:GO, comprising skipper Ritesh Sarda, Shuvajyoti Chakraborty, Anshul Adardkar, Hrishikesh Shenoy and Harsh Jain, appeared fairly dominant all through the occasion. Their sensible methods and unmatched expertise left the opponent clueless as they remained unbeaten of their respective group.
“We’re actually blissful that we made it out of a very aggressive South Asian qualifier for the match. It’s an honour to be a part of Group India at a world degree and characterize India on the prestigious Esports Championship. It’s a dream come true for all of us and full credit score for this feat goes to all my staff members. A particular notice of because of ESFI for serving to our staff get the passports in time; the entire course of from the qualifiers to journey formalities have been such a clean expertise; we look ahead to getting a medal and make India proud,” Team India CS:GO captain Ritesh expressed his excitement ahead of the World Championships Finals.
“Representing one’s country is not what everyone gets to do that quite often, It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity. We are all honoured that we have been placed an opportunity to do the same and prove to the world along with the Indian audience that through sheer strength and determination, we are capable of accomplishing what other countries have done in Esports” Ritesh added whereas expressing his ideas on getting the chance to characterize India on the planet finals.
Then again, Hitesh aka rcool, who hails from Delhi, confronted powerful challenges from his opponents as he ended his marketing campaign on the third place. Nevertheless, the Indian nonetheless progressed into the Finals after the first-placed Pakistani athlete “Arslan” pulled out from the Championship following the Regional Qualifiers stage.
“This moment gives me a sense of accomplishment and honour that my diligence and commitment finally paid off. NESC was an apex event of Tekken since it showcased all the titans and goliaths of India so there was a little sense of unsurety but I had ample confidence in hard work and dexterity. NESC as I envisioned, was a tough grind and winning it was a momentous achievement for me. Regional Qualifiers which followed after the NESC also was a huge test of ability as all of my competitors were masters of their trade. It was a great opportunity to test my expertise and overall, it was an exhilarating and revitalizing experience.” stated Hitesh aka rcool.
“The Finals can be a portentous analysis of my ability however I’ve a agency perception in my zeal and exhausting work. It’s a problem which was awaited by me and I really feel greater than able to take it” he added when asked about the finals in Israel. In the Regional Qualifiers India were placed in the South Asian region alongside Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Maldives and Sri Lanka. The Finals of the prestigious tournament are scheduled to be held offline in Eilat, Israel from November 14 to 19.