Excali left Team Mahi and joined Samurai Esports as a Valorant player

Excali team Mahi Valorant
Excali team Mahi Valorant

Excali left Team Mahi and joined Samurai Esports as a VALORANT player. A shocking news coming for the VALORANT fans in India. Samurai Esports announced the new addition of Karan ‘Excali’ Mhaswadkar to their newly signed VALORANT roster. The player’s join announcement was a surprise for everyone. Excali is replacing Rexy in the roster who got farewell right before the signing announcement.

Samurai Esports gained attention after signing the ex XTZ VALORANT roster. They entered in scene few months ago. Samurai Esports current VALORANT roster has 5 players including Excali.

Samurai Esports VALORANT Roster

  • Simar ‘psy’ Sethi
  • Saaransh ‘Whimp’ Dang
  • Karan ‘Excali’ Mhaswadkar
  • Shailesh ‘blackhawk’ Dalvi
  • Harsh ‘Harsh’ Arora


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Excali is a retired Counter Strike Global Offensive player who started his VALORANT esports journey with Team Mahi. Excali has won many  tournaments and leagues with Team Mahi. They recently won The Esports Club Invitational – Season 3. It will be intresting to see Excali’s headshots for Samurai Esports.

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According to the report of  TalkEsport, Premal Mehta said, “At Samurai Esports, we have a un dithered commitment to be the best in Valorant and this move ensures another step in that direction for the roster. We are confident the acquisition of a seasoned performer like Excali will help us climb the proverbial Valorant India ladder with added velocity and aplomb.”

VALORANT esports scene is growing faster that any pc title in India. A large number of the eSports organizations are joining the scene. Samurai Esports is one of those orgs who wished to invest on a new PC  game in India when most of the orgs are focusing on Mobile games. This is a huge move by Samurai Esports in Indian VALORANT community. It will be so exited to watch Excali playing with Samurai Esports and knocking down the players from his ex team.

Not only fans shocked with this announcement but also the owner of Team Mahi also got shocked. He stated that he don’t know about it and Excali is still under contract of Team Mahi. It is a clear violation of contract with Team Mahi and strict legal action against him.

Team Mahi (Story)
Team Mahi (Story)