One of the frontrunners for the Indian competitive scene when it comes to mobile esports, Harmandeep “Mavi” Singh, has been recently trending in the regional community due to an ongoing Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) tier-one scrim slot controversy, which is now settled.
During a recent livestream session, Mavi reacted to Tanmay “Scout” Singh explaining the entire incident in great detail while also sharing a bit of personal information that caught the attention of his fans and followers.
Mavi reveals that he has received a very good offer from an esports organization
Recently, one of the top organizations from India, Revenant Esports announced the signing of two top-tier mobile gaming athletes, Deepak “SENSEI” Negi and Harshit “MJ” Mahajan.
Following this news, one of Mavi’s fans asked him a similar question about whether he plans to join an organization in the future.
Responding to this, Mavi said that “Bro, I am there right. I don’t want to join an organization in a hurry because at the moment I am able to take care of myself. But if I have to tell you, yes I have received a very good offer from an organization about which I will not tell you.”
Despite keeping the details about the offer intimate, Mavi disclosed enough to satisfy his fans. He is practicing hard and improving himself, currently grinding in the tier-one BGMI scrims alongside his team which also consists of Hemanth “Ultron” Sethi.
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In the same livestream, Mavi also informed the community that right now no organization is ready to invest in a BGMI player or team, due to the game’s continued ban nine months after it was removed by the Government of India.
This is understandable because of the current state of the game. However, if Mavi’s team is able to deliver good performances consistently during these scrim sessions, multiple organizations could approach them when BGMI returns.