Scout recently announced on livestream that he is going to be taking an extended break from esports and Team XSpark. The roster is currently performing well without him, and Scout has decided to take a break and focus on solo grinding in order to bring himself back to his best. XSpark recently saw the addition of Dreams, and the squad consisting of some of the most elite fraggers in the Indian scene, is looking good to perform even without Scout.
The team finished third in the Villager Esports Pro Invitational and 15th in the Upthurst Ranbhoomi Season 2 on their way to qualifying for final. The roster, now consisting of Pukar, Dreams, Sarang and Aditya, will look to put their recent failings in qualifying tournaments firmly behind them and up their level for upcoming competitions.
Scout to focus on self
Speaking to his livestream, the popular player said, “I’m not playing in the upcoming tournament’s starting phases; this time, four will play (Pukar, Sarang, Aditya, and Dreams). I continue to do my solo grind whenever the team needs me, and I’m back in the team as the 4th player. I don’t want to be a liability to my team, bringing them down. This team is playing perfectly now, and I’m happy with their performance. My competition is my team. When I am able to compete with my team, I join the team.”
The 26-year-old is a veteran of the PUBGM scene, having competed in eight tiered competitions throughout his esports career. Notably, he won the 22 Thug Invitational Season 4 and the 2018 India Fighting League. The player also finished runners up at the PUBGM World League East and the ESL India Premiership.