Indian esports caster Harshdeep “SardarJi” Singh recently expressed his gratitude towards Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) players Naman “MortaL” Mathur and Tanmay “Scout” Singh, stating that they have played a significant role in his own success within the gaming community. SardarJi acknowledged that he learned a lot about BGMI from them. He also reflected on his personal connection with Scout, noting that he provided a source of comfort and inspiration during difficult times. Indian esports caster Piyush “Spero” Bathla also praised Scout for his past performances, reminiscing about the Peacekeeper Elite Championship 2019, where Scout picked 11 kills solo.
SardarJi expresses his gratitude towards Scout
In a recent livestream, a viewer asked SardarJi his opinion on Scout. In response, he said that if he shares his opinion about Scout, viewers will say he is playing favorites, as he is a caster. However, he went ahead to praise Scout and shared his opinion. SardarJi acknowledged that while some people may point out areas where Scout has fallen short, he prefers to highlight the accomplishments and positive impact that Scout has had. “I would rather choose to see that side of the story,” he added.
SardarJi expressed his gratitude towards MortaL and Scout, stating that they have played a significant role in his own success within the gaming community. “I learned how to play with four fingers by watching MortaL and learned how to play the game. From Scout, I learned how to use Gyroscope and how to improve in the game,” he added.
SardarJi added that if it weren’t for these two players, he would have stuck with CODM (Call of Duty: Mobile) and never switched to PUBG Mobile. “Because of these two people, I played this game, I understood this game, I started learning, and I am finally here,” he added.
SardarJi expressed his personal connection to BGMI pro player Scout, noting that he provided a source of comfort and inspiration during difficult times. “I have no idea how good or bad Scout is for you; for me, he is someone who held me in my tough times. Not by physically being present there, but with his streams and fun,” he said.
SardarJi reflected on the evolution of Scout’s content, acknowledging that he has become more mature and toned down his language. “But deep down, we are all fans of that Scout who used to swear and have fun. Scout is an emotion that even you have. The difference is that you could not bring it to the screen, and he did,” he added.
Spero praises Scout for his past performances
A clip from SadarJi’s livestream, where he praised and expressed his gratitude towards Scout, was cut and uploaded on YouTube. Spero watched this clip on his livestream and reflected on it.
Spero reminisced about the Peacekeeper Elite Championship (PEC) 2019, where Scout picked 11 kills solo against the best teams from across the world. “Eleven kills in PEC. I don’t think anyone has any achievements bigger than this in India. That was a crazy moment. Scout, of that time, was a beast player. I hope BGMI returns so that we get to see Scout’s comeback. If the game does not return, then, of course, I think, Scout will also switch to New State Mobile,” he said.
Spero also spoke about SardarJi’s personal connection with Scout, sharing an anecdote of his first encounter with SardarJi. “When I first met SardarJi, when he was just starting his career, he called me and asked what he should do and how to approach his career. At that time, while just chatting generally, I asked him who his favorite player was. He said that his favorite player was Scout. So he has been a Scout fan for a long time,” he said.
As a professional player in Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), Scout has achieved numerous feats and accolades that have further cemented his status as one of the most skilled players in the game. Additionally, he is also a popular streamer, with over 4.7 Million subscribers on YouTube.