Legal action against ex-player Excali: Team Mahi, one of India’s topmost Valorant teams plans to prosecute Karan Mhaswadkar AKA Excali. Excali is now the former player of Team Mahi who apparently joins Samurai Esports. The news broke out after Samurai announces their new player ‘Excali’ via their Instagram Handle which shocked Team Mahi.
Team Mahi professed that Excali hasn’t finished the contract with the org and is still under the contract. They also affirmed that the Samura’s taking in of Excali had shocked them. They made it to Instagram and their story proclaims “Strict judicial action will be taken against him (Karan)”. Although no clarification is given about how long the contract will last.
Legal action against ex-player Excali
It is also relevant to note that the player Karan in question has not yet posted any messages about this organizational change.
Samurai has taken the news of the new joining of Excali to their roster to their official Instagram handle
Samurai Esports did not answer the allegation made by Team Mahi about the contract of Excali. Moreover, Karan, with the official jersey of Samurai, has been seen on the Samurai’s official Instagram handle, which suggests that the shoots were being carried, was well-planned.
After Karan joins Samurai esports valorant roster, this is their new Valorant Roster of the organisation:
SAMURAI ESPORTS’ VALORANT ROSTER
- Simar ‘psy’ Sethi
- Karan ‘Excali’ Mhaswadkar
- Harsh ‘Harsh’ Arora
- Saaransh ‘Whimp’ Dang
- Shailesh ‘blackhawk’ Dalvi
As per Talkesport, The scene in India’s Valorant has gained huge traction over the offer offered by CS: GO. This is however a starting point of this kind of controversy.