JONATHAN Explains His Absence From Dreamhack Hyderabad 2022
DreamHack Hyderabad 2022, a three-day esports event, started yesterday and will last until 6th November. A lot of popular Indian gaming content creators attended the event. Surprisingly, Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral, popular Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) content creator, was nowhere to be seen during the first day of the event. However, the same night, he was seen playing BGMI on his livestream. Fans were curious about why he did not attend the event, so they asked him the reason behind it. As a result, he revealed that he was busy with some work.
JONATHAN will not attend Dreamhack Hyderabad 2022
Responding to one of his viewers, JONATHAN revealed that he was busy with some work, so he could not attend Dreamhack Hyderabad 2022. He said, “I could not attend Dreamhack Hyderabad 2022 because I had some work to do today.” Following this, he revealed that he wouldn’t be attending the remaining days either, as he is still caught up with some work. “I won’t be able to be there, but I will be there some other time, for sure. I can’t come right now, because, you know, there are still a lot of things to do. I can’t come,” he added.
Dreamhack Hyderabad 2022 is a national gaming festival, where a lot of gaming content creators and professional players from across the country are invited. The event was on a halt for the last three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions imposed by the government and for the safety of the attendees. As a result, all the attendees were excited, and fans were thrilled to meet their favorite creators and professional players this year. Likewise, JONATHAN’s fans were anticipating meeting him during the event. However, he has upset his fans by not attending the event.
The first day of Dreamhack Hyderabad 2022 has already been concluded, and there are still two more days to go. The event features multiple action-packed events and activities like Cosplay, Pan Fest, KO Fight Night, Chess, and much more. The event will also host Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) LAN tournaments of multiple titles, including the following PC as well as mobile games.