Scout Confirms Ultron Departure From Team XSpark BGMI Team

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Scout Confirms That Ultron Has Left Team XSpark BGMI Roster

The team is set to undergo more changes through June.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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In a recent livestream, Scout confirmed the departure of Ultron from Team XSpark's current BGMI roster.
He went on to speak about the future of Team XSpark, telling the fans to calm down as they still have one month to try things out and experiment.
Scout confirmed that the new XSpark lineup will comprise of six members which shall include five players and a coach.

Team XSpark has not enjoyed the most fruitful competitive BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) season so far. They secured one odd win at the THUG Invitational Season 4 earlier this year but failed down the line as they could not even make it into the top ten across all other tournaments so far, according to Liquidpedia.

The team recently got a chance to defend their championship title during the THUG Invitational Season 5. Despite showing a few moments of brilliance, it was a dismal failure by XSpark at the end of the day.

Pressure from fans and an extended poor run pointed towards incoming changes before the next season of Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series (BMPS). Amid ongoing rumors and speculations, Tanmay "Scout" Singh, in a recent livestream has confirmed the departure of Hemanth "Ultron" Sethi from the team, while also talking a bit about the team's future.

Scout confirms the departure of Ultron from Team XSpark BGMI lineup

Ultron has had a sort of love-hate relationship with Team XSpark, having initially joined the team in December last year and leaving a month later, following the team's 12th place at the BGIS 2021.

Three months later in April, Ultron returned to the team but due to XSpark's continued poor form, it seems he might be on his way out for the second time within a period that has spanned less than six months. Across his two tours with the team, the talented assaulter has unfortunately not been able to win a single BGMI tournament.

For a few days, rumors about Ultron leaving XSpark had been floating around. Scout decided to finally address this issue in his recent livestream whilst also talking about the future of the entire team.

"Ultron has left Team XSpark as of now but the official statement is yet to come out," said Scout, when prompted by one of his viewers about the team's current scene. He further said that the announcement would be made on the team's social media handle once their new BGMI lineup has been established.

Talking about what the new Team XSpark might look like, Scout said "Mostly we will be a five-player lineup along with a coach, this will be the team, comprising of six members in total. We will keep you guys informed about everything that happens, we still have a month's time in our hand to try and experiment certain things."

A lot of changes might be heading towards the BGMI roster of Team XSpark, as they try out different players and experiment with certain things in a bid to establish their new lineup. With a month to prepare a solid team, they could be one of the top contenders going into the second half of the competitive circuit.

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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.