Valorant player Karan ‘Excali’ Mhaswadkar has left Team Mahi and joined Samurai Esports. This Valorant player has earned quite a good reputation as well as experience in Team Mahi.
Team Mahi proved themselves as one of the best teams in India. Hence, it seems a bold move to leave Team Mahi, such a successful roster.
The Official Instagram handle of Samurai Esports welcomed Valorant Player Excali to their Valorant roster. Also, they released Tejas ‘Rexy’ Kotian from their roster.
After a successful run for almost a year, Valorant player Excali left Team Mahi. However, Team Mahi had no idea about this decision of Excali. It came as a surprise to them.
Later, the Official Instagram handle of Team Mahi replied by uploading an Instagram story. They alleged that Excali is still under their contract.
Further, they said that they would take legal action against him. Excali didn’t have any conversation with any member of Team Mahi regarding leaving the roster.
Reactions of Valorant Players of Team Mahi:
Valorant players of Team Mahi Rite2Ace, Vibhor, and Hellff commented, “Excali joining samurai Esports came as a shock to us. He is still under contract with Team Mahi; this is a clear case of poaching and unprofessionalism, and necessary actions will be taken. Further updates will be posted as soon as we know.”
Further, Team Mahi Manager Adarsh ‘Euphoria’ Singh said, “It had come as a shock. Excali, who has been with us for almost a year, has done this without legal procedures. Our current roster is going to stick and participate in upcoming events.” when viewers asked his views on the matter.
Valorant player Excali left Team Mahi after a successful year. He will be playing for Samurai Esports with Valorant player Simar ‘Psy’ Sethi. Karan ‘Excali’ Mhaswadkar, Harsh ‘Harsh’ Arora, Saaransh ‘Whimp’ Dang, and Shailesh ‘Blackhawk’ Dalvi will also be in Samurai Esports’ roster.