TSM, one of the world’s prominent esports organizations, is reportedly looking at signing a new Battlegrounds Mobile India roster, before the game is officially released. The esports organization plans to drop the existing roster and form a brand new roster for the game.
As fans await the official release of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), the developer, Krafton seems committed in making the BGMI esports ecosystem a bigger than ever phenomenon. This is also making esports organizations across the country keen on building their respective rosters to compete in the upcoming BGMI esports tournaments.
News reports suggest that TSM plans to acquire an existing roster that previously played for Stalwart Esports. The roster includes players such as Robin, Ninja, Blaze and AquaNox. These players are currently in good form and have been performing well in scrims and smaller tournaments. However, the roster will be completely new to BGMI.
The Stalwart Esports roster has a history of performing phenomenally at PUBG Mobile Club Open: Fall Split 2020, where the roster finished at the third spot. They claimed two matches by defeating several teams like Team Tamilas, Galaxy Racer and Mym among others. The team had also qualified for PUBG Mobile Pro League: South Asia just before the game was banned in India. However they couldn’t participate due to the ban on the game by the government of India.
The roster then parted ways with Stalwart Esports to rejoin their former team Six2Eight (ST8). The team has been shining bright at scrims and unofficial tournaments with their consistent and exceptional performances.
The current TSM roster is an aggressive one known for its fiery gunfights. It includes top players like Jonathan and Zgod. The exact reason why TSM is dropping the current roster and signing a new one is not known yet.
In the recent past, TSM India made some notable advancements and it is expected to make some big announcements in the coming days. The organization is very instrumental in promoting esports. Andy Dihn, CEO, had also tweeted about the future of mobile gaming viewership.
In its most recent moves, TSM signed a Free Fire roster of Sixth Sense. This move by TSM aims at expanding the mobile esports scene globally. TSM for sure has bigger plans for the future. It will be interesting to know what the Los-Angeles based organization plans for India.
Amarylisa Gonsalves is a Content Writer at Gutshot Magazine. Advancing from a marketing background, she found her calling in writing. She takes delight in exploring genres and is a curious learner. Patient and ambivert, she believes in letting her work speak for itself. Apart from content writing, she finds solace in writing poetry by manifesting herself through words. Additionally, she adores indulging in drawing and DIY crafts.
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