Thug Drops Hint About a Possible New Bootcamp for S8UL Esports

Thug Believes New State Mobile Could Be As Successful As BGMI

S8UL Esports is one of the biggest esports and gaming organizations in India, housing some of the most successful professional players, gaming creators, and streamers of the country at its S8UL Gaming House 2.0.

This 15,000 sq. ft. luxury gaming facility cost the organization around INR 1.5 to 2 crores for setting up. However, it seems that with its growing appetite to compete in more esports titles, Animesh “Thug” Agarwal wants to move a few of the players to a different S8UL setup.

During a recent livestream session, Thug gave a few hints about a possible new establishment to be set up by S8UL Esports in the future as a bootcamp for its competitive lineups.

Thug shares his thoughts on a potential bootcamp for S8UL Esports

In the continued absence of BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) and no idea about when the mobile battle royale might return, S8UL Esports has expanded to both New State Mobile and Pokemon Unite, both teams experiencing some level of success in their respective titles.

During a recent livestream, Thug was asked by one of his viewers about plans of creating a new bootcamp for these lineups, to which Thug responded rather positively.

Providing a few hints of what everyone can expect from them, he said “Right now the Pokemon Unite players have all gone back home and if the game (BGMI) comes back then we will be making another bootcamp for them. We might get them a flat or something, especially for the BGMI players.”

Note: The related segment starts along with the video.

Many players and talents related to BGMI had speculated that the game would return by late March or early April, but nothing positive has transpired till now.

It remains to be seen when the game might possibly return, but S8UL Esports for now seems ready to start competing in the title upon a moment’s notice!


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