Snax Clarifies Rumors: Denies Joining Global Esports in Livestream

Kavish Sheth
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<div class="paragraphs"><p>Snax Denies joining GE.</p></div>
Snax Denies joining GE.



Snax denied rumors of joining Global Esports during a livestream, clarifying that a super chat from Rushindra Sinha was not related to GE but to a shoot they had.
Rushindra Sinha discussed Global Esports' strategy, emphasizing the focus on building a new lineup rather than acquiring an existing one, while leaving room for potential inclusion of a prominent name.
During the absence of BGMI, Snax engaged in content creation and streamed PC games, strengthening his position in the community and connecting with his fans.

Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) professional player, Raj "Snax" Varma who last played for Team XO, recently addressed the rumors circulating about a potential future stint with Global Esports (GE). . Snax caught the attention of viewers when Rushindra Sinha, the founder of Global Esports, joined his livestream and interacted with him.

During the livestream, Snax politely declined the offer to join Global Esports, stating that he would not be part of the organization. He expressed his intention to focus on practicing once the game returns. Snax acknowledged that his game sense and skill level had fallen behind that of current players due to his nine-month break from playing BGMI. However, he remained determined to improve and regain his previous level of play, emphasizing that he would take his time to achieve this goal.

Global Esports Founder Sparks Speculation with Super Chat to Snax, Who Sets the Record Straight

During a recent livestream, Snax received a super chat from Rushindra Sinha, the founder of Global Esports (GE), which sparked speculation among viewers about Snax's potential involvement with the organization. Sinha asked Snax about his thoughts on the premiere of Fast X and hinted at the possibility of leaking their discussions. This led many to believe that Snax might be joining Global Esports.

However, Snax quickly clarified the situation, thanking Sinha for the super chat and stating, "Guys, he is not talking about GE Snax, but about shoot that we had." This statement firmly denied any plans of Snax joining Global Esports in the near future, putting an end to the speculation surrounding his involvement.

During another livestream, Rushindra Sinha took the opportunity to address the fans directly and discuss Global Esports' strategy moving forward. Sinha highlighted the organization's focus on building a new lineup rather than acquiring an existing one. However, he left the door open for exciting possibilities, hinting at the potential inclusion of a prominent name in the Global Esports squad.

In the absence of BGMI, Snax shifted his attention to content creation and streamed several PC games. This change not only strengthened his position in the community but also allowed him to establish a strong connection with his fans.

As the highly anticipated return of Battlegrounds Mobile India approaches, fans are eagerly awaiting the roster shuffle and the formation of competitive teams. While Snax clarified his stance on joining Global Esports, the community remains excited about his future endeavors.

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Kavish is an ardent gaming enthusiast with a deep-rooted passion for FPS games. With a curiosity towards the realm of esports, he maintains a close eye on esports events transpiring worldwide. Presently, Kavish actively engages in generating content catered to the Indian gaming community.