Nucleya and Python Depart From Hydra Esports
After the departure of four of Hydra Esports’ most prominent content creators, two more content creators Vickie “Nucleya” Singh and Python have left the organization. In their respective farewell messages, both expressed their gratitude for the learning opportunities and experiences they gained while being a part of the organization and thanked the organization’s owner Aaditya “Dynamo” Sawant. Following their announcements, the two creators jointly revealed the reasons behind their departure during live streams on their YouTube channels.
Nucleya and Python reveal the reason behind their departure from Hydra Esports
Recently, a few prominent Hydra Esports content creators parted ways with the organization, including Vipul “Emperor Plays” Agarwal, Pratik “Alpha Clasher” Jogiya, Ayush “Ayush is Live” Shukla, and Prasad “Born to Snipe” Joshi. Following these departures, two more Hydra Esports’ content creators, Nucleya and Python, also decided to part ways. Both creators penned farewell messages on their social media handle to announce this news.
While speaking for both of them, Nucleya revealed that there were two main reasons for leaving the organization. He stated that the first reason was the same as Alpha Clasher’s, i.e., workload at the bootcamp. However, both of them refrained from commenting anything more on the topic as it would just stretch the topic even more. “However, I would add one more thing to it. When it was discussed why the bootcamp was shut down, ; we were in the category of creators that worked well. You can ask Dynamo about it. I am telling this first hand if you believe that we were the ones who did not work well and we are the reason the bootcamp was shut down,” he added.
Explaining the second reason behind their departure, Python added, “When you bond with someone as a brother, it does not break easily. Since I entered the gaming community, I have only been with Alpha, BTS, Ayush, Emperor, and Nucleya. I have played all the games with them: BGMI, Valorant, and Rocket League. The day they left Hydra, since that day, I wasn’t feeling like playing any game. Then I made the final decision to leave Hydra.”
With six of its prominent content creators leaving, Hydra Esports might have a tough time keeping up with its content creation. Previously, for the organization. It will be interesting to see how the future turns out for Hydra Esports.