Blind Esports Parts Ways With Its BGMI Roster

Blind Esports is one of the veteran esports organizations in India. The organization had rosters in multiple esports titles such as Free Fire, Clash of Clans, Call of Duty (COD) Mobile and Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). Since the unban of BGMI in May, its roster had significant success across multiple events like the Battlegrounds Mobile India Masters Series (BGMS) Season 2 2023, BGMI India Series (BGIS) 2023, India – Korea Invitational and BGMI Pro Series (BMPS) 2023. 

The lineup had a good mix of young and talented players. It was one of the most consistent teams in BGMI since the game was unbanned in May and was able to grab attention from the fans due to its aggressive playstyle.

Blind Esports releases its BGMI roster

In a surprising turn of events, Blind Esports has announced that it has parted ways with its BGMI roster. The organization made a post on Instagram to inform its fans about the roster’s departure and wished the players well in their future endeavors. The Blind Esports squad performed consistently in most of the events it played and saw the most amount of success in the month of June where it won five tournaments in the span of a month. 

  • Mohammad “Manya” Raja.

  • Khush “Joker” Singh.

  • Nakul “Nakul” Sharma.

  • Manpreet “Rony” Singh.

  • Rudra “Spower”.

The post shared by Blind Esports read, “As you embark on new journeys, our heartfelt thanks go with you. Farewell to an exceptional team, your impact will be a lasting journey . Best wishes on your next chapter!”

The team’s best performance in recent times was in the BMPS 2023 event where it was able to impress everyone with its consistent and aggressive gameplay. It was also the first ever victory in official events. It also performed admirably across multiple third party events and won several events like Skyesports Championship 5.0, Skyesports Champions Series, and Upthrust Esports Challengers Showdown which had massive prize pools.