S8UL Gets 84,000+ Subs Within 24 Hours on YouTube

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S8UL Gets 84,000+ Subs Within 24 Hours on YouTube

Abhimannu Das
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  • S8UL Esports' YouTube channel gained over 80,000 subscribers in less than 24 hours of joining YouTube.
  • The organization recently announced its Valorant and COD Mobile rosters which will be competing in 2021 and beyond.
  • The organization also dropped a teaser for its bootcamp which will be revealed in the coming days.

S8UL Esports recently announced its Valorant and Call of Duty Mobile rosters and launched a YouTube channel. The channel hit 84,000 subscribers on YouTube in under 24 hours with only a single video posted on it, titled "S8UL GAMING HOUSE 2.0 OFFICIAL TEASER." The channel is well on its way to achieving 100,000 subscribers soon. The organization is investing its efforts towards Indian esports and will be competing in COD Mobile and Valorant in 2021 and beyond. While the COD Mobile team has been playing under the S8UL banner for a while, the official announcement was made recently. The Valorant team comprises of ex-Innocent 5 and Paratroops players who are now playing under S8UL Esports. 

S8UL Esports To Reveal Its New Gaming House Soon

S8UL will reveal its boot camp very soon. The organization teased its gaming house in a recent video. it will be one of the first gaming houses in India, joining the likes of Global Esports and XO Space. Gaming houses are slowly becoming commonplace in India with organizations rapidly growing in India through revenue. Organizations like TSM-Entity, Godlike Esports, and Team Mahi (formerly Velocity Gaming) lean towards the performance end of the scale for revenue while orgs like Global Esports, S8uL, and Total Gaming focus largely on content. You can learn more about how these organizations make money in Indian esports with our premium bundle

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S8UL Esports Is Looking to Compete in Valorant and COD Mobile

S8UL Esports COD Mobile Roster. Image Credit: S8UL

Since the ban of PUBG Mobile in India, COD Mobile has been growing rapidly in the country. Multiple organizations are investing in the scene and S8UL Esports is one of the entities investing in the mobile esports title. 

The S8UL COD Mobile roster features:

  • Arav “Monks” Narang
  • Priyank “Death” Birajdar
  • Armaan “Moon Scope” Dharni
  • Akshan “Argon” Madhani
  • Amitabh “Xenon” Srivastav

The CODM line-up recently earned first-place at the GG1 Weekend Wars and earned the first runners-up spot at the CODM India cup. They have multiple podium finishes in other tournaments like LOCO Battlefield League, Reload 1.0, and more. 


S8UL Esports Valorant Roster.
Image Credit: S8UL

With great performances put up against India’s best Valorant teams, the S8UL Esports Valorant roster has the potential to be among the best. The team will be looking to compete against the likes of Global Esports and Team MAHI in 2021 and beyond.  

The S8UL Valorant Roster  features:

  • Mithul "Binks69" Nayak
  • Harshvardhan "Kuzuri" Singh Panwar
  • Shreyas "Edit99" Kshirsagar
  • Sahil "Strixx" Rane
  • Tanmay "NotFox" Verma
  • Rishabh "EzzzYy" Gupta

S8ul Esports’ entry into the Indian Valorant scene comes weeks after former Paratroops player Binks69 admitted to account sharing with his teammates. Riot Games also caught Binks69’s former teammate Xhade cheating in Valorant’s ranked mode leading to a ban and Paratroops disbanding. Binks along with the former Innocent 5 roster is now a part of S8UL’s Valorant roster. The former Innocent 5 lineup has beaten the likes of XTZ Esports and Global Esports in recent competitions and will be looking to make their presence felt in future events. 

About S8UL

S8UL Esports is an Indian Esports organization that was created by Soul Esports and Team 8bit. The organization is co-owned by Animesh 'Thug' Agarwal, Lokesh 'Goldy' Jain, and Naman 'Mortal' Mathur. 

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Abhimannu is a part of the content team at AFK Gaming and a lifelong obsessive gamer. He currently covers esports titles like VALORANT, CS: GO, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG and more.