According to an anonymous source, Chinmay “PoKI” Mehta, has apparently joined an Indian CS:GO team Entity Gaming and is now a part of the CS:GO roster for the team. He had left 2ez Gaming, another India-based team.
Thank you poki for being part of 2ez family. We appreciate your contribution towards the organization. We wish you all the best for future projects. @pokiznogoud
Posted by 2ez Gaming on Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Entity Gaming recently defeated 2ez Gaming in ESL India Premiership 2018 Winter, on 5th February 2019. Although PoKI was in the 2ez Lineup that was able to qualify for the ESL India Premiership 2018 Winter Finale, Delhi. They even went on the hold the 2nd position. He was in the roster of 2ez Gaming for over a year and his departure came as a shock.
In the recent past few months, 2ez Gaming had already made quite a few changes to their CS:GO roster. 2ez Gaming replaced Aaqib “Falken” Dingankar by Saharyar “BaDMaN” Shaikh, marking the latter’s return to the team for the Esl India premiership Winter 2018.
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Last year, 2ez Gaming even acquire a former Optic India’s professional player, Antidote, a strong AWPer. 2ez hoped to make something out of the combination of Falken and Antidote. Antidote is actually one of the best AWPers in India and came to 2ez looking for redemption following the Forsaken scandel.
On the other hand, Entity Gaming has also been up to making changes in their roster for the past few months.
Their CS:GO roster has a decent run in DreamHack India 2018. They were the CS:GO BYOC Qualifiers too.
Entity recruited Đorđe “DJOXiC” Niciforović, a Serbian CS:GO professional player. With his arrival, Bhavin “HellrangeR” Kotwani and Simar “Psy” Sethi being benched from the active roster.
This monumental decision was made after strict evaluation of our players and the overall performance of the team in mind. With the shift in the active roster, it opens our team to a host of different perspectives and play-styles.
Additionaly, Entity Gaming also made several other roster changes in 2018 including Ishpreet “HuNtR” Chadha, Debanjan “DeathMakeR” Das, Aaqib “Falken” Dingankar and Agneya “Marzil” Koushik.
The current CS:GO Roster for Entity Gaming is:
- Anuj “Amaterasu” Sharma
- Karan “Excali” Mhaswadkar
- David “Dav” Miljanić
- Bhavin “HellRangeR” Kotwani (Benched)
- Simar “Psy” Sethi (Benched)
- Darko “soLo” Mitić (Coach)
If our sources are correct, Chinmay “PoKI” Meta will soon be a part of the CS:GO Roster for Entity Gaming.