Sc0utOP Joins Orange Rock On Loan From Fnatic

Sc0utOP Joins Orange Rock On Loan From Fnatic

Shounak Sengupta
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After weeks of playing with the Orange Rock roster in both official tournaments and third party events, Tanmay ‘Sc0utOP’ Singh’s move to the team has been confirmed. He will be joining OR on loan from Fnatic. The team is set to play in the PUBG MOBILE World League from June 10 and are also playing in the currently ongoing PUBG MOBILE India Series. This is Orange Rock’s second big acquisition in a few weeks, as the team recently announced the acquisition of Arshpreet ‘GiLL’ Singh from Godlike. 

Sc0utOP Moves From The Orange and Black To Orange Rock

Sc0utOP is one of the best players in India and while his time in Fnatic was rocky and turbulent, he still commands the respect of fans and peers. His long time dream of playing under Mavi has also come true and this roster seems to be the signs of one of the first super teams in India. The Orange Rock roster will comprise of: 

Harmandeep ‘Mavi’ Singh

Daljit ‘Daljitsk’ Singh

Tanmany ‘Sc0utOP’ Singh

Arshdeep ‘GiLL’ Singh

Viren ‘Viru’ Mahipalsingh Gour

Joe Michael ‘Anto’ Anto

Scout’s, Mavi, GiLL and Daljit are likely to be the core members of the lineup and are the 4 players who have registered for PMIS. Fans will also have high expectations from the star studded lineup as the World League Season Zero kicks off in just one week. Sc0utOP’s departure from Fnatic seems to be working out for both parties at the moment. While he and Orange Rock have had some strong results in PMIS, so too have Fnatic, who have added Akash ‘Maxkash’ Anandani to the roster. 

Sc0utOP Joins Orange Rock On Loan From Fnatic
From TeamIND to Fnatic and now Orange Rock, the Sc0utOP brand continues to grow

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Sc0utOP’s growing popularity as a player and a streamer makes him one of the most sought after players in India. While his talent and raw skills are well known, the player has also managed to build a very successful brand and is very close to hitting 2 Million subscribers on YouTube as well. And while his time with Fnatic may not have been the most memorable, there is little doubt that his association with the organization has helped his popularity over the last 6 months. While Sc0utOP hasn’t left Fnatic and is technically on a loan, only time will tell what the future holds for everyone involved. 

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Shounak has been one of AFK Gaming’s longest-serving esports journalists. From Dota, to Counter Strike and now Mobile Titles, you can rely on him to bring you the latest scoop and news from the world of esports.

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