Indian esports caster Piyush “Spero” Bathla recently shared his opinion on professional Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) player Mohammed “Owais” Lakhani. Spero praised Owais for winning multiple trophies throughout his career, which is a challenging feat. He stated that people tend to forget his journey and highlighted that Owais had worked hard to reach where he is today. He also expressed his confidence in Owais and his hunger for hard work, and hoped for more success for Owais in the future.
Spero commends Owais for his achievements and expresses his confidence in Owais
In a recent livestream, a viewer asked Spero to share his opinions on Owais. Responding to this, he stated that winning a trophy in the esports industry is an incredibly difficult feat, and Owais has managed to accomplish this several times throughout his illustrious career. He also highlighted that Owais began his career at a very young age, around 18 or 19 years old, and had to put in a lot of hard work and dedication to reach where he is today.
Spero further highlighted that Owais had won many trophies with the original Team SouL, which comprised Owais, Harpreet” RonaK” Janjuha, Naman “MortaL” Mathur, and Yash” Viper” Soni, as well as team Fnatic. “It has been a crazy journey that people tend to forget these days,” he added.
He added that Owais has a hunger for working hard and expressed his confidence in Owais, stating that when the game returns, he will make a comeback. “What a journey it has been for Owais. I hope he gets more success. But the thing is that it is all about hard work. Owais is currently playing Valorant daily, and he is also waiting for BGMI’s comeback. So when BGMI returns, will we get to see the old Owais again?” he added.
Owais’ achievements in the gaming world are nothing short of exceptional, particularly during his tenure with Team SouL. During that time, the team was widely regarded as one of the best in the country and managed to secure numerous prestigious accolades, including the PUBG Mobile India Series 2019 and PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split: India.
After leaving Team SouL, Owais continued to perform at an exceptionally high level when he joined Fnatic. During his time with Fnatic, he managed to win several major tournaments, including the PUBG Mobile All Stars India 2019, further cementing his status as one of the best players in the industry.
Since the ban of PUBG Mobile, Owais has faced a slump in his career as he failed to replicate his previous performance in BGMI. However, it will be exciting to see whether he makes a comeback, as Spero said.