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Team SouL's Current BGMI Lineup Might Not Play TEC New State Open LAN Event

Moin Khot
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Goblin revealed that the current BGMI roster of Team SouL would not be playing the upcoming The Esports Club New State Open LAN event.
Team SouL is one of the eight invited teams in The Esports Club: New State Open.
The grand finals of the tournament is set to take place on 19th and 20th of November.

In a recent livestream, professional Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) player for Team SouL Harsh “Goblin” Paudwal was playing BGMI while also casually chatting with his audience and answering their questions. During this session, he revealed that the current BGMI roster of Team SouL would not be playing the upcoming The Esports Club New State Open LAN event. It is important to note that Team SouL is one of the eight invited teams in The Esports Club New State Open LAN event.

Team SouL’s current BGMI roster will not play at The Esports Club New State Open

During Goblin’s livestream, one of his viewers asked him if the BGMI roster of Team SouL would represent the organization at The Esports Club New State Open LAN event or a different line-up. Responding to the question, Goblin said, “Obviously, the other line-up; the current line-up will not be playing it.” He added, “If you are talking about the New State LAN, then we won’t be playing the New State LAN event.”

With only three days left for the LAN event, Team SouL has not yet revealed which players will be playing under its banner in The Esports Club New State Open LAN Event.

The Esports Club recently announced the New State Open, one of the first ever New State Mobile tournaments in India. The group stage of the tournament has already concluded on 13th November, and eight teams have advanced to the grand final, which is set to take place on 19th and 20th November. The grand final will be played in a LAN setting at Comic Con in Bengaluru, Karnataka.

Sixteen of the best teams, eight from the group stage and eight directly invited, from across the country will go head-to-head against each other in front of a live audience, fighting for a total prize pool of ₹10,50,000 INR ($12,894 USD), which will be split between the top three teams and the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the tournament. Furthermore, the tournament will also be livestreamed on the official YouTube and Loco channels of The Esports Club.


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Moin is the newest addition to AFK Gaming. Being an avid gamer, he loves to cover what’s happening in the Indian gaming community.

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