Tejas 'rite2ace' Sawant from the monstrous Indian Valorant team Velocity Gaming enters the Top 100 Valorant Ranked Leaderboard for the APAC region officially. A tweet from @playvalorantsa shows that the Indian FPS beast has been ranked #73 in APAC.
When it comes to Indian Valorant, it's nothing new for Velocity Gaming to achieve the heights. Now it seems they have reached out to the Asia-Pacific region as well. While they are ranked #2 in Asia according to vlr.gg, VLT rite2ace, one of their prominent members has been ranked #73 in the APAC region. This is the second time an Indian could make it to the top 100 in the Asia-Pacific Valorant leaderboard, the first time being Mohit 'Spawn' Wakle who was ranked #78 in the month of October.
How do you stack up?— VALORANT // India & South Asia (@playvalorantsa) November 17, 2020
APAC Ranked leaderboard is here pic.twitter.com/GyJaFyGpgJ
Achievements of Rite2ace
Rite2Ace is an ex-CSGO professional, who has played for top Indian CS teams, and now proving himself in Valorant as well. Aged 27, rite2ace is considered as one of the most experienced Indian FPS players. A notable international achievement of the player was qualifying for the ESL One: Cologne in 2014 with Team Wolf, the only time when an Indian team had qualified for a CSGO Major Event. He has also won 4 ESL India Championships throughout his CSGO career.
In Valorant, Rite2ace was in the spotlight when he turned out to be the first Indian to achieve the Radiant rank. He is known for his brainy gameplay, cheeky wallbangs, and mind-blowing clutches. He has already won 10 titles in Valorant with Velocity Gaming (previously Team Vertigo). With a Youtube Channel of 21k subscribers till date, Ace has been an absolute fan favourite.
We can expect rite2ace and other members of Velocity Gaming to reach more heights as they're currently competing in the TEC Challanger Series 4 and are getting ready for the PVP Esports Tournament in Singapore next month.
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