Entity Gaming has announced that the latest addition to their roster is the young star from the North-East - Sunny ‘Deathmaker’ Das. Deathmaker will be stepping into the shoes of Aaqib ‘Falken’ Dingankar, who is leaving the organisation.
The reason cited for this change was differences in approaching the game. During his time in Entity, Falken mostly took on a support role. He would usually assist with trade frags or utility, occasionally leading the charge as an entry fragger. Deathmaker on the other hand, has juggled between entry fragger and support roles throughout his career. This should make him an ideal fit.
Deathmaker started out his career in the 1.6 days in Silchar. He started making a reputation for himself when he started dominating tournaments in Kolkata. There, he got his first break as he was picked up by JMD Gaming. Soon, JMD Gaming started making waves across the country by getting high ranks in tournaments like ESL India Premiership. As JMD’s achievements list grew, so did Deathmaker’s confidence and skill level. At one point, he was picked up by ATE Gaming as their 6th player. Everyone in ATE was pretty much an old school CS 1.6 player who had years of experience in the game. He on the other hand, was only 19 years old and the youngest in the team.
Eventually, it was time for him to leave. A few days ago, the iNvictus announced on facebook that Deathmaker will be joining their roster. Now however, it seems like that won’t be happening.
Deathmaker is a promising player with good mechanical skill. Under the guidance of Entity’s coach Aequitas, he could become one of the finest in the country.
A few weeks ago, Entity gaming announced two new additions to their CS:GO roster. The new players were Ishpreet ‘HuNtR’ Singh and Karan ‘Excali’ Mhaswadkar. These two players were supposed to replace Agneya ‘Marzil’ Koushik and Simar ‘psy’ Sethi. Marzil has started practising in the Optic India bootcamp, while psy is currently looking after his health.
With this, the line-up of Entity Gaming is:
- Bhavin ‘HellrangeR’ Kotwani
- Sunny ‘Deathmaker’ Das
- Karan ‘Excali’ Mhaswadkar
- Ishpreet ‘HuNtR’ Singh
- Anuj ‘Amaterasu’ Sharma