“I Need to Focus More on Selfish Gameplay” Scout on His Elimination From BGMI Rising

Popular BGMI player Scout addressed his recent disappointing performances in a live stream on his YouTube channel. Following his team’s elimination in the semifinals of the official – BGMI Rising tournament, Scout faced backlash and was subjected to condescending questions regarding his potential on an international level. In response, Scout bravely confronted these criticisms, acknowledging his own shortcomings and missed opportunities for victory. He emphasized the need to prioritize individual gameplay improvement over excessive focus on the team’s performance. Scout also highlighted that his team is still in a building phase and requires several changes before participating in a major tournament.

Scout addresses his underwhelming performance since BGMI Relaunch

Known for his athletic personality and remarkable game sense, Scout enjoys high regard within the community. However, whenever he fails to meet expectations, fans are quick to express their disappointment and critique his performance. Some fans took it upon themselves to provide advice on playing competitive matches, prompting Scout to question the credibility of such claims. Scout stated, “Senior citizens teach the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli on how to play cricket. Now, we are gamers. 14-year-olds are teaching us how to play the game. So, what do you expect from them?”

During the stream, Scout revealed his plans to reduce his focus on scrims and minor tournaments and instead concentrate on major events such as the upcoming and the

Scout then proceeded to address the issues with their recent performances. He admitted, “In the previous scrims and minor tournaments, there were many mistakes on my part. In the first tournament, our overly aggressive approach backfired. In the second tournament (BGMI Rising Semifinals), we could have easily qualified, but I failed to secure two chicken dinners. Those were my personal mistakes.”

Why Scout thinks he needs to adopt a Self Centered Playstyle

Scout went on to identify the primary cause of his underwhelming performance, stating, “I focused too much on the team instead of prioritizing my own gameplay. I need to adopt a more selfish playstyle and concentrate on individual improvement. We now understand our mistakes and know what changes to make before the major tournaments. We recognize the need for distinct playstyles in qualifiers and finals. Our failure to adapt our gameplay during qualifiers and finals was another significant flaw on our part.”

Team Scout delivered an impressive performance during the league stage of BGMI Rising, securing second place in their group. However, their joy was short-lived as “Team Scout,” comprised of the entire TeamXSpark lineup including Aditya, Pukar, and Sarang, finished at the bottom of the semifinals table.