Spero Explains Why Regaltos Could Not Make a Comeback in BGMI Esports

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Spero Explains Why Regaltos Could Not Make a Comeback in BGMI Esports
In a recent livestream, Piyush “Spero” Bathla explained that signing popular players like Parv “Regaltos” Singh brings brand value to the organization.
He explained that players like Regaltos and Dhruv “Sangwan” Sangwan could not make a comeback after BGMI’s return because they did not practice the game during the ban period.
He stated that the players faced difficulties when the game returned as BGMI due to the lack of practice.

Popular Indian esports caster Piyush “Spero” Bathla recently explained why Parv “Regaltos” Singh could not make a comeback in esports after Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) was launched. He stated that Regaltos focused more towards content creation and did not continue practicing during the ban period. As a result, when the game returned, he fell short and faced difficulties when it returned as BGMI.

Spero claims lack of practice led Regaltos to leave esports

In a recent livestream, Spero reacted to a clip from SardarJi’s channel where he asked Marcos Gaming’s co-owner Akhil Kavuturu if money wasn’t a factor, would he sign Regaltos to the organization’s BGMI roster. Kavuturu replied that he would have definitely signed him, given that money wasn’t a factor. 

Following this, a viewer told Spero that Regaltos would have become a good BGMI player if he hadn’t left esports without any specific reason. Responding to this, Spero stated that he left esports because PUBG Mobile got banned, and when the game returned as BGMI, he was not ready. “When the game returned, the main problem was that he did not practice during the ban period. Players like Sangwan and Regaltos did not practice the game at all, so when the game returned, they faced a lot of problems,” he said.

Spero also explained why some players, including Regaltos and Sangwan, did not practice the game during the ban period. “During the ban period, they were getting good views and good exposure, so they worked more on creating content. It is as simple as that,” he said.

He further explained that when the players finally got back to playing esports in BGMI, the skill gap or the grinding gap was huge, and they could not keep up with it.

While Regaltos may have the potential to become a top BGMI player, his decision to focus on content creation during the PUBG Mobile ban period and his subsequent lack of practice may have hindered his ability to make a comeback in the game’s esports scene. However, it will be interesting to see if he makes a comeback with BGMI’s return.

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Moin covers the Indian gaming and gaming community for AFK Gaming. As an avid gamer himself, he has a passion for staying up to date on the latest developments and trends in the Indian esports scene. Moin's writing provides readers with a comprehensive look at the world of Indian esports. He is known for his ability to uncover stories and players that are shaping the future of the industry in India.