Hydra Esports’ BGMI Team Forays Into New State Mobile
Aaditya “Dynamo” Sawant, the founder of Hydra Esports, recently discussed the organization’s Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) roster transitioning to New State Mobile. Dynamo acknowledged that the team had started playing the game recently and that it would take time for them to get accustomed to it. He explained that New State Mobile is very different from BGMI and emphasized that despite looking easy, the game is actually challenging.
Hydra Esports’ BGMI lineup started playing New State Mobile
In a recent livestream, a viewer told Dynamo that Hydra Esports players have started to play New State Mobile. Dynamo acknowledged that the team had started playing New State Mobile and revealed that it has the same drop location in Erangel as it had in BGMI - Severny.
Following this, he was told that the team was showing a good performance in the game. Responding to this, Dynamo acknowledged that the team had recently started playing and it would take time for them to get accustomed to the game. “They started playing recently. I don’t think it has been even one month since they started. Even one month is quite a lot; they haven’t even played for a whole week. So, they need to practice (to get better at the game). It is not like they will learn everything in one or two days,” he said.
Dynamo emphasized the need for practice and explained that the mechanics of New State Mobile are very different from BGMI and not as easy as they appear. “They will need to practice a little. Not a little; they will have to practice a lot. Because the mechanism of New State Mobile is very different (than BGMI), it is not as easy as it looks. It is not like you turn (quickly) and finish someone. It’s not that easy,” he said.
He also shared his own experience with the game, saying that he played it a lot and even tried to rank-push a little.
Hydra Esports was not part of the 16 teams invited to participate in the Snapdragon Pro Series (SPS) New State Mobile Open India, which concluded on 29th January. Previously, Danger (also known as Ronny), a popular content creator from Hydra Esports, revealed that the organization had declined an invitation to participate in a prior New State Mobile event, which was not a LAN tournament, thus losing their opportunity to secure a slot in the SPS New State Mobile Open India (which was a LAN tournament). According to Danger, the same teams that took part in the previous event were offered slots in the SPS tournament.