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Jett’s agile and evasive fighting style, which she uses to represent her home country of South Korea, allows her to take chances that no one else can. She cuts adversaries before they even realize what hit them, running circles around every fight.
Jett is kind of selfish as her abilities are only for herself. Smokes, Updraft, Dash, and knifes nothing ever helps a team unless you kill the enemy and give your team a player advantage and win the match.
Here is the list of the top 6 Indian Jett players who are currently dominating the competition and using the Jett to its fullest. These players have aggressive play styles and the main choice of weapon being the operator.
SGanesh “SkRossi” Gangadhar
SGanesh Gangadhar aka SkRossi is one of the best Valorant professional players, and he currently plays for Global Esports. Born on October 12, 1998, he has created the aggressive Jett plays and hitting those crisp headshots with the sniper rifle.
With Global Esports he has won Valorant Conquerors Championship, Fight Night, AORUS x AMD Pro Series Valorant, Penta Esports Valorant Invitational, Villager Esports Valorant Championship, and more in 2021.
He received the award of “Most Valuable Player” in VALORANT Conquerors Championship, Penta Esports Valorant Invitational, Skyesports League 2021, and more. He also earned “Top Entry Fragger” in Skyesports League 2021.
Debanjan “DeathMakeR” Das
Debanjan “DEATHMAKER” Das also called “DM” is a Valorant professional player currently playing for Velocity Gaming. Born on June 11, 1998, he played Counter-Strike Global Offensive Professionally with Entity Gaming, Global Esports, etc.
He also uses the aggressive playstyle of Jett to its fullest. Pushing with the operator and getting entry frags is his unique skill. In recent tournaments, he showed total domination and with fluent aces, he led his team towards victory.
In Valorant, He has won The Esports Club Gauntlet – Season 2, and Esportz Premier Series: Qualifier #2. He has been awarded as “Most Valuable Player” on day 1 and day 7 in Rooter Rise of Legends and in Skyesports League 2021.
Karan “Excali” Mhaswadkar
Karan “Excali” Mhawadkar is a Valorant professional player and currently plays for Team XO. Born on born August 30, 1997, Excali has also played Counter-Strike Global Offensive and Counter-Strike Professionally.
He has also won ESL India Premiership: Winter 2019, Mountain Dew Arena 2019, ESL India Premiership: Winter 2018, and more. Excali has also played for Entity Gaming, Team iNvictus, and retired in 2020 to play Valorant professionally.
He has won GameEon Valorant Tournament, The Esports Club Invitational – Season 3, Skyesports League 2020, and more. Earlier he used to play for Velocity Gaming but later joined Samurai Esports which is now Team XO.
Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose
Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose is a Valorant professional player and currently plays for Enigma Gaming. Born on born June 8, 1996, Antidote has also played Counter-Strike Global Offensive Professionally.
With Velocity Gaming, he has come across various winning titles and majoring played Jett on the team with one shot high damage sniper rifle. He also plays support agents but his choice of weapon is the operator.
In his CS: GO career he has won ESL India Premiership: Fall 2019, PGX OnePlus CSGO, ESL India Premiership: Summer 2019 and played for teams like Global Esports and Optic India. He retired from CS: GO in 2020 to pursue Valorant professionally.
Abhay “KnightRider” Mulchandani
Abhay “KnightRider” Mulchandani is a Valorant professional player who used to play for ForceOne. He is one of the fastest-growing Indian Jett players whose aggressive playstyle makes them different.
He has also played Counter-Strike Global Offensive professionally and with God Particles he made it to the Grand Final of Taiwan Excellence Gaming Cup INDIA. In terms of agent selection in Valorant, he likes to play Jett, Sage, and Brim.
In Valorant, he has won Lenovo Ultimate Cup, Amazon Prime Day – Valorant Championship, NGL India Streamers Battle, and finished runner up in Frontier Warriors – University Esports League, and second runner up in The Esports Club Gauntlet – Season 2.
Ayan ‘ayaNq’ Bhattacharya
Ayan “ayaNq” Bhattacharya is a Valorant professional player and currently plays for Reckoning Esports. He has also played Counter-Strike Global Offensive Professionally and retired in 2020.
He is one of the rising Jett players dominating other players. Fast peek, no-scope, knife kills you name it he will do it for you. When in terms of need he will step out of his zone and be the difference creator the team needed.
He has won Lenovo Intel – Valorant Open under Samurai Esports and was runner up for Loco Battle Zone – 2 and The Esports Club Invitational under Reckoning Esports and Samurai Esports respectively.