Sc0utOP Talks About Valorant's Future in India on Gamers Unplugged

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Sc0utOP Talks About Valorant's Future in India on Gamers Unplugged

Moin Khot
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Dynamo invited Tanmay “Sc0utOP” Singh to the second episode of Gamers Unplugged.
In this episode, they talked about Sc0ut’s gaming and esports journey so far.
Sc0utOP also expressed his thoughts on Valorant’s future in India.

Aaditya “Dynamo” Sawant recently released the second episode of Gamers Unplugged, a podcast series revolving around the Indian gaming community. The second episode features another popular Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) pro player and content creator Tanmay “Sc0utOP” Singh. In this episode, they talked about Sc0ut’s gaming and esports journey so far. Sc0utOP also expressed his thoughts on Valorant’s future in India.

In the first episode of the podcast, Dynamo invited former BGMI pro player for S8UL Esports content creator Naman “MortaL” Mathur. They talked about his gaming and esports journey and gave insights into it.

Sc0utOP expresses his thoughts on Valorant’s future in India

Dynamo asked Sc0utOP his experience at the recent Harbor Launch event organized by Riot Games for launching its latest Indian agent Harbor. Responding to this, Sc0utOP said, “It was a LAN event for me after a long time, and I like LAN events a lot. We played at the event, and won it. The experience was great. I went into a flashback, like I used to play Counter Strike in cafes. It was just like I was playing it on a big stage.”

Following this, Sc0utOP revealed that he was surprised to see such a huge launch event only for a game’s character. “The experience was quite unique. It was the first time I saw such a huge event just for the launch of a game’s character, let alone the game. I never saw such a thing in my life. It was an insane step. It was a ceremony for the launch of an Indian character, insane.”

Sc0utOP also expressed his thoughts on Valorant’s future in India, especially after Riot Games introduced Harbor. “These things (addition of an Indian agent to the game) are great. I feel if such things happen more and if tournaments happen more, the audience will appreciate and promote the game more. The audience will also try to be a part of the game. If someone wants to play a game, they will know that there is opportunity in this game, and they will try to make their career in that game. They will give it a try,” said Sc0utOP.

The first episode of Gamers Unplugged featuring Naman "Mortal" Sandeep Mathur was released on 14th November, whereas the second was released on 21st November. The first two episodes have already featured two of the most prominent figures of the Indian gaming community. More episodes are expected to drop soon, with more other famous personalities from the Indian gaming community.


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Moin is the newest addition to AFK Gaming. Being an avid gamer, he loves to cover what’s happening in the Indian gaming community.

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