Hydra Esports Shuts Down Rumors of BGMI Roster Disbanding and Danger's Departure
Aaditya “Dynamo” Sawant, founder and owner of Hydra Esports, recently dismissed the rumor of Hydra Esports’ Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) roster disbanding, assuring his audience that the roster was not disbanding. Likewise, Hydra Esports’ content creator Danger (also known as Ronny) was also asked about his departure from the organization after he removed the prefix “Hydra” from his YouTube channel name. He clarified that he was still a part of Hydra Esports and the name change was just a personal preference.
Dynamo states Hydra Esports’ BGMI roster has not disbanded
Since the past few days, a rumor of Hydra Esports’ BGMI roster disbanding has been spreading in the community. However, no one from the organization verified the rumor or refuted it. As a result, fans were curious to know the status of the organization’s BGMI roster.
In a recent livestream, a viewer posed a question to Dynamo, enquiring about whether the BGMI roster of Hydra Esports was actually disbanding as per the rumors. Dynamo was quick to dismiss the rumor and refuted it outright, asserting that the roster was not disbanding. He further appealed to his audience not to believe in such baseless rumors. “Stop believing in such baseless rumors. When the roster disbands, it will disband because of some reason. We don’t disband without any reason,” he said.
Danger clarifies the YouTube channel name change and reassures fans of his commitment to Hydra Esports
In a recent livestream, a viewer asked Danger if he had left Hydra Esports as he removed the prefix “Hydra” from his YouTube channel name. Responding to this, he highlighted that his stream still mentions “Hydra” in the title, implying that he was still a part of Hydra Esports and that him leaving the organization was merely a rumor. He added that changing the channel’s name does not mean he had left the organization.
He further explained that he had been thinking about changing the channel’s name for a long time, but that didn’t mean he had left the organization. Furthermore, he gave examples of Dynamo and Kanika “Kani” Bisht, stating that they don’t have the prefix “Hydra” in the channel’s name despite being members of the organization.
Lastly, he explained the reason behind removing “Hydra” from the channel’s name. “I have already said this before; I want DANGER written on my golden play button, that’s why I thought to change the name,” he said.
Both Dynamo and Danger have reassured their fans and followers that there is no truth to the rumors of Hydra Esports’ BGMI roster disbanding or Danger leaving the organization. It will be exciting to see how the team performs after the potential return of the game.