TSM FTX Allegedly Parts Ways With Sid Joshi and Former PUBG Mobile Roster
Sid Joshi is no longer a part of TSM FTX India.
Sid Joshi, former manager of TSM.Entity has stated that TSM’s former PUBG Mobile players and himself are no longer part of the organization. This development came a few hours after TSM on 25 June. When TSM FTX dropped Entity Gaming’s branding from all its social media pages, speculation about the PUBG Mobile roster was rampant. Joshi’s Instagram story likely indicates that these rumours are indeed true.
Sid Joshi Says He is No Longer a Part of TSM FTX
North American esports organization TSM had officially announced its partnership with Entity Gaming on 6 March last year, acquiring an Indian PUBG Mobile roster under the banner of TSM-Entity. However, 15 months later it seems that TSM might have ended its partnership with Entity Gaming due to the recent social media rebranding,
: This is not official as no public announcement has been made by either organization so far.
According to Sid Joshi’s Instagram handle, TSM FTX has allegedly parted ways with both him and its former PUBG Mobile roster which consisted of popular players like Abhijeet “GHATAK” Harishchandra Andhare, Suraj “Neyoo“ Nityanand Majumdar, Jonathan “JONATHAN” Jude Amaral, Abhishek “ZGOD” Choudhary, and Vivek “ClutchGod” Aabhas Horo.
Quick clarifications, none of us are with TSM anymore. I did not abandon anyone. I was the one left behind at the last minute. And I have no bad blood with the boys. I will always cherish everything we did together. Just a difficult situation for all parties involved.Sid Joshi
Popular PUBG Mobile player Jonathan came forward with an interesting Instagram story where he tagged the rest of the former PUBG Mobile squad with the caption reading "Always together", which was reshared by the other players also.
Joshi also spoke about his future saying that he will be announcing his plans for the road ahead next week. As for the players, apart from sharing the same Instagram story there is not much that we know about at the moment.
TSM FTX India on the other hand seems to have made its first move as an independent esports organization within the country with the signing of a Free Fire roster. It acquired the Sixth Sense lineup which will make its debut under the TSM FTX banner at the upcoming .