Dynamo Speaks About the Departure of Emperor, Alpha Clasher, Ayush, and Born to Snipe From Hydra Esports
In a surprising turn of events, popular content creator and founder of Hydra Esports Aaditya “Dynamo” Sawant announced that the organization had parted ways with four of its prominent content creators – Vipul “Emperor” Agarwal, Pratik “Alpha Clasher” Jogiya, Ayush “Ayush” Shukla, and Prasad “Born to Snipe” Joshi (a.k.a BTS and Bitty). Following the departure announcement, Dynamo explained that the content creators approached and told him they wanted to leave the organization and he obliged.
Dynamo reveals why Emperor, Alpha Clasher, Ayush, and Born to Snipe left Hydra Esports
In a recent Instagram story, s – Emperor, Alpha, Ayush & BTS, and penned a farewell message for his former mates. The story read, “Goodbyes are always hard, but some are the hardest. With a very heavy heart, I announce the departure of Emperor, Alpha, Ayush & BTS. Throughout the journey, I’ve always made sure that every clan member feels the same ease as the other members, and we all help each other in growing and always keep the synergy between us. I respect their decision, and we have mutually agreed on it. As professionals, I am grateful for their dedication and commitments and wish them all the best for their future endeavors.”
Following this announcement, Dynamo went live on his YouTube channel and explained to his viewers why these members left the organization. Dynamo stated that it was their decision to leave the organization, and he himself was shocked after listening to it. “These four people came to me. These people said to me that they don’t see a vision for Hydra Esports and want to leave Hydra. I was shocked, and I told them that I did not expect that these people would do such things as they were old members (of the organization), and I have always told them that they are like my brothers and like my family,” he said.
Dynamo explained that these things had been going on in the organization for a long time, and it restricted him from giving his best. “This thing did not start today; it was going on for a long time. That was the only reason I could not give my 100%. I went into depression due to this and problems related to my personal life,” he said.