Global Esports Removes Bazzi from the Roster

Global Esports have decided to part ways with Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki. Which means there will be a change in the GE roster. What next for the South Korean?

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GE Bazzi | © VCT

Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki was a part of Valorant roster for Global Esports from October 2023, Baazi Who won Valorant Champions in 2021 with Crazy Raccoons actually on the transfer list for a long time. Global Esports posted on their social media about this change in the Valorant Roster.

The reason of this sudden departure might be the mandatory Military Service rule of South Korea as Global Esports Founder Dr Rushindra Sinha posted "hope we get a chance to do something in the future (probably after your kr service)"

Bazzi was reserve player for GE from October, 2023. Baazi played as a dualist in his former organizations, but at Global Esports, that role was given to SK Rossi initially, and later to Polvi.

However, there is no rumour of Bazzi joining any team to date.

Global Esports’ roster now looks as follows:

  • Abhirup “Lightningfast” Choudhury
  • Russel “Russ” Mendes (IGL)
  • Niko “Polvi” Polvinen
  • Benedict “Benkai” Yang
  • Gary “blaZek1ng” Dastin
  • Peter “Spin” Bradford (Coach)
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