8 Bit Esports, one of the prominent Esports organizations in the Indian Gaming community has bid farewell to its BGMI players known as Rayed and Tsunami. The team had a poor performance in the recent official BGMI tournament i.e., BMOC Round 4. Team 8-Bit finished at the 14th position on the Day 3 overall standings of BGMI Open Challenge, which led to their elimination from the tournament along with the other teams.
Team 8 Bit has its own history of marking the first-ever chicken dinner by an Indian team at a Global event. The team is one of the two teams that qualified for PUBG Mobile’s first Global event – PMSC Asia 2018. Animesh ‘Thug’ Agarwal and Lokesh Jain, aka, Goldy Bhai are the two co-founders of the team 8-Bit and Thug, aka Thugwa the owner of 8-Bit Creatives. 8-Bit Creatives has many popular gamers and content creators under its banner.
8 Bit Esports officially parts ways with Rayed and Tsunami after the team’s bad performance at BMOC R4
Last month, the team announced its 6-men BGMI Roster via their official Instagram account which consisted of 2 seasoned players and 4 new players. The team was also invited to the BMOC The Grind but, the event did not go well for the team. Hence, the org announced its new roster prior to the Battleground Mobile Open Challenge 2022 Round 4 as the team got invited. The roster consisted of the following players:
Rayed has a past professional experience of playing PUBG Mobile competitive(now BGMI) under various organizations like Revenge Esports, Godlike Esports, Team iNSANE, etc. Tsunami is a BGMI Pro player who was picked by 8-Bit Esports before the BMOC round 4. After the team’s bad performance the org decided to release both the players.
Recently, Mercy who is the manager of Team 8-Bit confirmed that Rayed would be released from the team. He also added that it is not because of his gameplay but, because of team issues like rage and anger. It is confirmed by Mercy that Regaltos also left team 8-Bit and he says that the team is doing tryouts. Hence, we can expect new changes and additions to the team soon.
Also, Check Rayed’s video given down below explaining that he won’t continue in 8-Bit.
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