Formerly of BOOM Esports BOOM Esports Asia-Pacific Rank #3 , blaZek1ng had been a core piece of the roster since their inception in 2020. Within those three years, BOOM became a powerhouse in the Indonesian Challengers scene, placing top four multiple times. In 2022, BOOM Esports qualified for Champions, where they went 0-2 at the hands of OpTic Gaming OpTic Gaming Inactive and ZETA DIVISION ZETA DIVISION Japan Rank #2 . Their most recent season saw the roster place second and first at Challengers Splits 1 and 2, respectively. Having earned a spot for Pacific Ascension, BOOM made their campaign by first playing in the group stage — ending with a 2-2 record, enough for a playoff appearance. Following their win over Bonkers Bonkers Inactive , BOOM Esports ended their year with a top-four placement after being defeated by Ascension winners BLEED BLEED Asia-Pacific Rank #2 .
Global Esports entered the Valorant scene in 2020, representing South Asia. After being accepted for the first VCT Pacific Partnership league, GE opted for a mix of Asian-Pacific players, with the only import being Jordan "AYRIN" He, formerly of XSET XSET Inactive . However, the roster struggled throughout the year, with LOCK//IN being their one and only international appearance. After failing to qualify for league playoffs, Global Esports saw their season end by Rex Regum Qeon Rex Regum Qeon Asia-Pacific Rank #20 in the Pacific LCQ.
Following the conclusion of Champions, the organization parted with most of the original core except Abhirup "Lightningfast" Choudhury. Global Esports then added former Paper Rex in-game leader Benedict "Benkai" Tan and Russel "Russ" Mendes, ex Les Petits Bouffons Les Petits Bouffons Inactive member.