S8UL Esports, a leading Indian esports and gaming organization, is preparing for the highly anticipated return of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) by planning to establish a new boot camp specifically for their BGMI lineup. The organization, known for housing successful esports athletes, creators, and streamers, has already invested significantly in their advanced gaming facility, the S8UL Gaming House. However, S8UL plans to establish a new boot camp specifically for their BGMI lineup when it makes a return and the current boot camp becomes insufficient.
A new Boot Camp for BGMI players
During livestreams, Animesh “Thug” Agrawal, co-founder of S8UL Esports, his plans for the BGMI players, indicating the organization’s intention to create a separate boot camp. He mentioned the possibility of securing a flat exclusively for the BGMI players, offering them a comfortable environment to practice and stream their gameplay.
“Right now, the Pokemon Unite players have all gone back home, and if the game (BGMI) comes back, then we will be making another boot camp for them. We might get them a flat, especially for the BGMI players,” he said.
Lokesh “Goldy” Jain, another co-founder of S8UL Esports, echoed Thug’s sentiment during a separate stream but added that the bootcamp will be a little smaller. “I won’t be of the same scale of S8UL Gaming House 2.0. It would be flat where BGMI players will be set up with there streaming set-up to make them comfortable,” he said.
Sid “Sid” Joshi, the manager of S8UL Esports, revealed in a livestream that both Thug and Goldy have expressed their desire for a new boot camp, suggesting that the current space at S8UL Gaming House 2.0 might not be sufficient for their plans to expand.
As fans eagerly anticipate the official lineup announcement and further details about the new boot camp, it remains to be seen what exciting developments S8UL has in store for the BGMI community.