Gaimin Gladiators left without Abscrazy

Abscrazy has announced his retirement from the Gaimin Gladiators. The 22-year-old Indian e-sportsman announced this on social networks. It is noteworthy that the player has already found a new team, with which he begins the search for an organization that he will represent in the next competitive season.

Abscrazy joined Gaimin Gladiators in April of this year when he moved from the UHUH camp. In five months of performances, the 22-year-old Indian esportsman managed to win RLCS 2021-22 - Spring: Asia-Pacific South Regional Event 2 and RLCS 2021-22 - Spring: Asia-Pacific South Regional Event 3, and also take second place in RLCS 2021 -22 - Spring: Asia-Pacific South Regional Event 1.

He also took part in the Rocket League Championship Series 2021-22 - Spring Split Major, where, despite the final last place, he managed to gain precious experience on the international arena.

However, the 22-year-old Indian player did not participate in the Rocket League Championship Series 2021-22 - World Championship as he failed to obtain the necessary documents to travel to the United States.

As for Gaimin Gladiators, this is not the first change in the Rocket League roster. Early last month, OSM stepped down as a coach and retired from the competitive scene. The 18-year-old Icelander decided to focus his efforts on a career as a professional player.

Updated Gaimin Gladiators Rocket League roster: