Mavi Talks About Why He Does Not Want To Join Team XSpark


Mavi Reveals Why He Will Not Return to Team XSpark

One final decision?!

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Mavi during a recent livestream session revealed why he does not want to join Team XSpark once again.
Mavi had spent close to one and a half years with the team, during which TeamXSpark managed to win just one tournament, THUG Invitational: Season 4.

One of the best mobile battle royale players from the country, Harmandeep "Mavi" Singh, who has previously represented India internationally, recently explained why he does not want to join Team XSpark (TX) once again.

The 22-year-old who is widely considered to be the finest shotcallers of all time has been far away from the competitive side of things, trying to make a comeback after a significant hiatus.

It has not been easy with Mavi recently running into some problem as he was denied a slot in a top-tier BGMI scrim due to 'lack of achievements', not personal but as a team.

In the meantime, one of his viewers during a recent livestream asked him if there was a chance he would return to Team XSpark and start playing with them and this is what Mavi had to say in response.

Mavi explains why he does not want to join Team XSpark once again

While streaming some BGMI action to all his viewers, Mavi was also engaging them by answering some of their questions. One of the audience members was curious to know whether he would join TX again, to which he simply responded by saying no and backed it up with some sound reasoning.

"No bro, not at all. If the team is not able to synchronize properly, then why do you want to force it over and over again? We tried to make it work for 1 to 1.5 years right in front of you guys but just look at the results," said Mavi.

The points raised by him are actually true. He joined the team in October 2021 and during his time with the TX lineup, they only managed to win a single tournament, THUG Invitational: Season 4.

They tried to implement multiple lineup changes during this duration but nothing went their way, all iterations of the roster simply falling apart. Further, these fluctuations caused more stress and provided no stability to the team in any form or manner.

He went on to speak a bit about, Tanmay "Scout" Singh, a dear friend of his and also the owner of Team XSpark. He still continues to fight ahead with the team and is trying his best to turn the fortune around. Unfortunately, things have not been going his way till now but maybe success is waiting just around the corner.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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