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Star Indian Player, ScoutOP Remains with Fnatic?



Photo : Instagram / @scout_pubgm

Professional PUBG Mobile Player, Tanmay Singh (ScoutOP) confirmed that he will not be leaving the Fnatic brand via his official Twitter page, @scouttanmay.

Prior to that, he posted a tweet stating that he will finally be able to play PUBG Mobile how he wants to.

ScoutOP also posted an Instagram story stating “a big announcement is coming soon”.

Fans of ScoutOP have been speculating a major roster change with Fnatic still keeping ScoutOP as their beloved player.

The speculation ended when he responded to several fans’ tweets confirming that he will not leave Fnatic.

However, the situation also has left the Indian PUBG Mobile community speculating on the dissatisfaction between ScoutOP and the Fnatic brand.

The competitive player was under fire for many insensitive remarks against U Mumba esports player, Bhishma during a live stream in which his team played in competitive scrims.


This resulted in him being benched throughout the Pro Scrim International Quarantine Cup.

Fnatic, world-renowned esports organisation has announced the disbandment of their PUBG Mobile roster via their official Instagram page, @Fnatic_Pubgm on 22 May.

Fnatic will also be releasing their talented PUBG Mobile players consisting of:

  • Tanmay Singh (ScoutOP)
  • Mohammed Owais Lakhani (Owais)
  • Harpreeet Singh Janjuha (Ronak)
  • Ashish Bhatnagar (Ash)
  • Gaurav Rawat (Franky)

In their official post, Fnatic shared that the Pubg Mobile Pro League South Asia (PMPL SA) will be their last tournament for their current lineup.

The team also said that as PMPL concludes, they will reveal the changes to the Fnatic mobile brand.

Fnatic’s talented PUBG Mobile squad which will be having their last ride with this roster finished 6th overall in the regular season with 447 overall points and managed to qualify for the PMPL South Asia finals.

They will be competing for a chance to extend their run in the PUBG Mobile World League East if they manage to secure a top 2 position.

Fnatic PUBG Mobile roster was acquired on October 18th, 2020 following the signage of Team XSparks roster which included: Ronak, Owais, ScoutOP, Paritosh, and InyourDream which acquired its Fnatic tag in the 2020 season.

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