Hastar’s Thoughts on Rejoining S8UL After Departure From Orangutan

Hastar's Thoughts on Rejoining S8UL After Departure From Orangutan

Indian esports organization, Orangutan recently underwent a few changes. They parted ways with some of their streamers and members of the Free Fire team, including Gopal “Hastar” Sarda who had joined as a content creator in November 2022.

After just five months, Orangutan parted ways with Hastar, thanking him and others for their hard work and dedication towards the organization.

During a recent livestream session, one of his viewers asked Hastar about his future, inquiring whether he would return to his former organization, S8UL Esports. The 24-year-old entertained this request and gave his honest response about the possibility of such a thing happening.

Hastar talks about the possibility of rejoining S8UL following his departure from Orangutan

Former professional mobile battle royale (BGMI/PUBG Mobile) player and content creator, Hastar, has been left without an esports organization to represent following his departure from Orangutan.

He gave a hint about his future during a recent livestream session when a fan asked him if he would return to S8UL again.

Hastar straight as an arrow said that it would not be possible for him to join them again, “No brother joining S8UL will not be possible, try to understand a bit. With me, there is no scene like I would not go back to the place which I left, but it is still not possible. I wish I could tell you the reason behind it.”

His viewers still requested him to have a chat with Animesh “Thug” Agarwal and Lokesh “Goldy” Jain, founders of 8Bit Creatives and S8UL Esports, but he did not seem too positive about it and responded by saying, “I am literally telling this to you, brother, with me there is no scene like this otherwise I would have certainly done something about it. I am telling you the truth, this time trust me, brother.”

Speaking about his future and if he would join another esports organization, Hastar with a dejected look on his face said that “It is not possible to join a gaming organization because after five-six months uncertainty develops and on top of that he also starts receiving hate.”

Note: The related segment starts from 03:43 onwards.

Hastar currently operates two YouTube channels called Hastar and Hastar BTC (Born To Clutch), enjoying more than 200,000 subscribers on both. Apart from this, he also has more than 100,000 followers on Instagram and a presence across Facebook, Twitter, and Discord.


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