Scout Talks About Competing In BGMI After It Returns


Scout Talks About Competing in BGMI After the Game's Return

Do you think Scout will be able to win big if BGMI ever comes back?!

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Scout shares whether he will return to competing as a professional BGMI player, if and when the game returns.
Scout also reveals that he is about to win an award for something, details for which will be shared by him later this week.
Scout also talks about when BGMI might return according to what others are saying in the community and his own assumption.

Talks about BGMI's (Battlegrounds Mobile India) potential return has sparked a lot of conversations within the Indian gaming community. Multiple personalities have come forward with their own thoughts and opinions on the matter.

During a recent livestream session, Tanmay "Scout" Singh, was bombarded with questions pertaining to when BGMI would return and whether he would continue to compete professionally in the title.

While Scout gave a politically accurate response to the first half of the inquiry, his response about his career as an esports athlete was solid, confirming that he would definitely compete.

Scout shares whether he will compete in BGMI after the game returns

One of the most celebrated gaming personalities from India, Scout, who was a part of Team XSpark when BGMI was still around with a flourishing esports scene within the country, is still interested in competing professionally upon the game's return.

In the absence of BGMI, he has shifted to streaming a lot of variety gaming content like Rocket League, God of War Ragnarok, Warzone 2.0, and many other titles while also staying quite active with his IRL content in the form of vlogs.

While everything has been going great for him, Scout is still passionate about competing in BGMI. In a recent livestream when asked by his viewers if he will return as a competitive player, Scout responded by saying "Why not, there is still some life left in me. I will do it, I will definitely do it!"

Scout further revealed that he was about to win some type of an award, but he did not tell the reason behind it or any other information related to this particular achievement. Though he did reiterate that his biggest goal in life was to win an international tournament across any esports title. An update on this will be provided by Scout on 3rd or 4th December.

Talking about BGMI itself, Scout shared that he has no update from his side but based on what he has been hearing the game might make a return by January end or February first week. However, his personal assumption is that the game should be back by March at the very least.

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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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