GRAPHT signs Leah “Gllty” Hayes as their first international Street Fighter player

By on August 10, 2017 at 3:00 pm

Hoping to expand their talent pool outside of Japan, esports organization Team GRAPHT have just announced that Leah “Gllty” Hayes will be joining as their first international Street Fighter player.

Known for her elusive and sometimes disrespectful Dhalsim play, Gllty is certainly no stranger to the South East Asian Street Fighter scene, competing at last year’s South East Asia Major as well as Japan Cup and Tokyo Games Show. Paired with her performance at ELEAGUE’s Street Fighter V Invitational, she’s certainly made a big impression on the Japanese community.

She joins players like Fuudo, Haitani, Yukadon, MOV, Go1 and Dogura as part of GRAPHT’s fighting game division. With Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite also on the horizon, you may see Gllty tearing up bracket with fellow teammate Takumi. Definitely keep an eye out for her black and yellow Dhalsim at SEAM 2017 in October.

Source: Team GRAPHT; [feature image by GRAPHT]

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