ScoutOP Lets Go Of Team XSpark After PUBG Mobile India’s Return Uncertain
- Scout has decided to release the lineup of Team XSpark due to the uncertainty of the game being back in India.
- Team XSpark players thanked Scout for the opportunity on their Instagram stories.
- Members of the squad included Ammar “Destro” Khan, Mohamed “EvoO” Shahil, Shivamm “420op” Raghav and Aditya.
As the months drag on since the banning of PUBG Mobile in September, some teams have made the difficult decision of letting go of their rosters, MegaStars is one such team that comes to mind. Just days after Fnatic parts ways with ScoutOP, the long time pro player and streamer has decided to release the lineup of Team XSpark due to the uncertainty of the game being back in India.
Scout made the announcement via an Instagram story, saying, “As you know pubg is banned by the government in India and we all completely respect the decision, so I have decided to release the line up as there is no news regarding PUBG Mobile getting back in India soon”.
Members of the squad included Ammar “Destro” Khan, Mohamed “EvoO” Shahil, Shivamm “420op” Raghav and Aditya. According to GemWire, the players thanked Scout for the opportunity on their stories. Team XSpark was set to compete in PMPL South Asia before the Indian government’s decision to ban the game. While PUBG Mobile India return is imminent, it has been delayed due to various reasons. Only time will tell when the game will officially be playable again for millions of its Indian fans and esports players.
About Team XSpark’s PUBG Mobile Roster
Team XSpark was an Indian PUBG Mobile team, led by a popular PUBG Mobile pro player/streamer Sc0utOP. Sc0ut was the former player of Team XSpark before it was picked up by Fnatic at the end of 2019. The team managed to qualify for PMCO Fall Split India 2020 and then went on to be champions of that tournament. The team also had a podium finish in Battle Of Stars which took place in August last year.