Hector to Stick With Team SouL For BGMI

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Hector Addresses Rumors About Departure From Team SouL

Moin Khot
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Team SouL's Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) pro player Sohail "Hector" Shaikh cleared fans' misunderstandings about him joining TeamXSpark.
Hector confirmed that he will play for TeamXSpark in the Snapdragon Pro Series New State Mobile Open India event, but will continue to play for Team SouL in BGMI tournaments.

Sohail "Hector" Shaikh, a professional player for Team SouL in Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), recently clarified that he will be joining TeamXSpark for the Snapdragon Pro Series New State Mobile Open India event, but will continue to play with Team SouL for BGMI. He stated that it is difficult to build synergy with a new team and that he plans to stay with Team SouL.

Hector clears misconceptions about him joining TeamXSpark 

Earlier this month, Tanmay "Sc0utOP" Singh, founder of TeamXSpark, announced that Team SouL's Hector would be joining TeamXSpark as the in-game leader (IGL) for the Snapdragon Pro Series New State Mobile Open India. This raised a lot of questions in the minds of Team SouL's fans as well as TeamXSpark's fans. They thought that Hector would play under the banner of TeamXSpark and leave Team SouL, even though no one made such claims.

In a recent livestream, Hector cleared all the confusion regarding it and stated that he would stick to Team SouL. "No, I will never join. Their team is already too good, and I already have a team. So, I won't break my team, and it won't be possible for me to join some other team and build synergy all over again. I am in Team SouL, and I will stick to it," said Hector. Further, Hector confirmed that he will play for TeamXSpark in the Snapdragon Pro Series New State Mobile Open India event, but will continue to play for Team SouL in BGMI tournaments.

Hector discussed the challenges involved in creating a new team. He stated that before a team is formed, there are often many arguments and conflicts, which can even lead to players leaving or being kicked out of the team. However, once the team has built a strong synergy, things change. “A lot of conflicts take place, but after that, once the synergy is set, the team becomes a winning team, and it does not break easily," said Hector.

The Snapdragon Pro Series New State Mobile Open India has already started, and it features a massive prize pool of INR INR 1,00,00,000 ($120,927 USD) which will be split between the final 24 teams. Open Qualifiers for this tournament have already concluded. The top 32 teams are moving ahead to the SPS New State Mobile India Open Qualifier Finale, where they will continue to compete from 28th to 30th December.


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Moin covers the Indian gaming and gaming community for AFK Gaming. As an avid gamer himself, he has a passion for staying up to date on the latest developments and trends in the Indian esports scene. Moin's writing provides readers with a comprehensive look at the world of Indian esports. He is known for his ability to uncover stories and players that are shaping the future of the industry in India.

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