Popular esports athlete Tanmay “Scout” Singh recently spoke about his ambition to become the best Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) in-game leader (IGL) in India. However, Scout faced criticism from some of his viewers, who mocked his ambition. Despite this negativity, he remained confident, stating that it is common for people to doubt and mock players before they prove themselves. Scout stated that he would become the “rising sun” and prove himself as the best IGL in India.
Scout aims to become the best BGMI IGL in India
In a recent livestream, Scout talked about his goal to become the best BGMI IGL in India. He stated that he has started playing the game just to get one clutch every day. He mentioned that if his viewers merely searched his name on YouTube, they would get to see multiple highlights featuring him clutching against multiple opponents – 1v3 or 1v4.
Scout went on to reveal his goal to become the best IGL in India. “I am confident about it. Road to becoming the best IGL of India; one of the top IGLs of India,” he added.
However, Scout faced criticism from a few of his viewers, who mocked his ambition to become the best IGL in India. However, he did not let this negativity affect him, saying that it has become a habit for people to doubt and mock players before they prove themselves. “Before Team SouL became a champion, people used to mock Omega, but now they call him the best IGL. When TSM won a tournament, and SHADOW played well, everyone started calling him the best IGL. When GodLike Esports played well, everyone started calling ClutchGod the best IGL,” he added.
Scout stated that in India, people tend to salute the “rising sun,” meaning they support the player or team currently performing well. However, he expressed his confidence that he himself would become the “rising sun” and prove himself as the best IGL in India, and then, people would start to recognize and support him.
Scout added that a lot of people were unaware that he used to be the IGL when he played in Team IND and Fnatic.
As Scout said, he was the IGL during his tenure at Team IND and Fnatic. During his tenure at Team IND, the team emerged as the runner-up of PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split: India. The team also represented India on the global stage of the PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split Global Finals and PUBG Mobile Star Challenge 2019, securing 23rd and 16th position, respectively.