Scout Announces Another Season of Scout Invitational Tournament

Scout Invitational Tournament, organized by renowned gaming figure Tanmay “Scout” Singh, has created a buzz in the gaming community following the recent return of Battlegrounds Mobile India after a nine-month suspension. With numerous tournament organizers capitalizing on the game’s revival by hosting events with substantial prize pools, many aspiring semi-pro and underdog teams found it challenging to secure slots in these exclusive competitions. However, Team XSpark’s founder and co-owner Scout is taking a shot at tackling this problem with a new tournament called: The Scout Invitational.

Scout to host the Scout Invitational

Expressing his views in a recent Instagram story, Scout emphasized that the Scout Invitational Tournament will serve as a crucial stepping stone for semi-pro players to elevate their game and transition into the professional level. Encouraging interested players to form teams and stay tuned for an upcoming announcement revealing tournament details, the popular streamer assured his fans that this edition of the Scout Invitational Tournament will be an exceptionally enjoyable experience.

In the previous edition of the tournament, Scout Invitational Season 1, over 200 semi-pro teams participated. Out of these, 16 teams competed, with 16 additional teams receiving invitations from PMPL (PUBG Mobile Pro League). The finals witnessed intense battles among the top 16 teams, as they vied for the coveted championship title.

With Scout’s recent announcement, the Scout Invitational Tournament has sparked considerable anticipation within the gaming community. As players eagerly await further details, this tournament presents a remarkable opportunity for underdog teams to showcase their skills and potentially establish a name for themselves in the highly competitive world of Battlegrounds Mobile India.

Scout boasts an impressive gaming track record, having achieved notable milestones such as securing second place in PUBG Mobile World League 2020: East and PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split: India. He has also played for esteemed teams like Fnatic, Team SouL, Orange Rock Esports, and Team IND. With a massive following of over 4.75 Million subscribers on YouTube and more than 3.7 Million followers on Instagram, Scout’s influence in the gaming world is undeniable.