Scout Calls Global Esports’ Former BGMI Roster a “Deadly Team”
Popular Indian content creator and Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) professional player Tanmay “Scout” Singh recently praised the former roster of Global Esports as the best BGMI team in the country, calling it a “deadly team.” He emphasized that when it comes to the game, no one is better or worse than others, and it all comes down to the amount of dedication and effort one puts into the game.
Scout calls Global Esports’ former BGMI roster the best BGMI team
In a recent livestream, one of Scout’s viewers asked him which was the best BGMI team in India according to him. Responding to this, Scout stated that all teams in the Indian BGMI esports scene are grinding, and the game is all about grinding. He expressed his belief that no player or team is inherently better or worse than others, and it all comes down to the dedication and effort put into grinding. Scout expressed his belief that the one who puts in the most amount of time and effort into the game will ultimately become the best.
Scout went on to name Global Esports as the team he believes is currently the best in the country. He described Global Esports’s BGMI roster as a “deadly” and “crazy” team, indicating their impressive skills and abilities. However, he acknowledged that he was referring to the former lineup of Global Esports, which has since parted ways with the organization.
Within four months of joining Global Esports, the team proved itself as one of the best teams in the country. Although it had a challenging start, finishing in 13th place in both the 7Sea Invitational and the Nodwin x Loco All Stars Invitational, the team demonstrated remarkable improvement in the following tournaments. The team emerged victorious in both the THUG Invitational: Season 5 and The Esports Club - BGMI Invitational Season 4 and displayed impressive performances in the BGMI Pro Series, securing the third position. However, it was during the BGMI Masters Series that the team caught all eyes of the BGMI community with its remarkably dominating performance.
Despite featuring one of the best rosters in India, in a surprising turn of events, Global Esports has parted ways with its BGMI roster. Unfortunately, the organization did not specify the reason behind taking such a step. However, Global Esports’ CEO Rushindra Sinha had previously expressed his doubts about the future of mobile esports in India on multiple occasions, which could be the potential reason behind parting ways with its roster.