'We are putting in a lot more effort than ever' - BGMI pro Scout talks about Team Xpark's preparation for upcoming tournaments

BGMI star Scout also reassured that he and his team are doing better this year than the last year and are playing scrims regularly.

Rohit Kumar
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Scout (Source - Twitter)

Scout (Source - Twitter)

Battleground Mobile India pro player and popular YouTube streamer Tanmay 'Scout' Singh is constantly taking participation in BGMI scrims these days with his TemaXpark teammates Sarang, Aditya, Darkload and Syed. Scout has a terrific record while playing for his former teams, Team Insidious, Orange Rock and Fnatic.

However, he couldn't achieve any big things with TeamXpark and is looking for a great future with his new teammates now. But he has started focusing on his gameplay and also streaming regularly to keep the fans updated and entertained. He recently also talked about his bonding with teammates on a live stream.

"Today, we played in pairs. Basically, we gave our command to Pukar so that he handles everything .... trying Sarang and Pukar's pair, and Aditya and I were playing together. So, we played well in pairs and learned a lot of things as a team. There are tiny flaws, which will resolve slowly and steadily."

"We all have witnessed that, , right? That thing took time. Secondly, I know I used the exact wording last year that 'it will take time,' but last year, enough dedication was not there... let's be honest."

We sleep just five hours so that our scrims are completed: Scout

The BGMI pro emphasised how TX has been spending more time on this game and is far more focused than last year. He revealed that they are sleeping for five hours only to play almost every scrim and tournament. Having said that, he also has to focus on his YouTube content as well.

"There was no 'that' level of dedication. We were not devoting that much time to the game, but you guys are observing it. Even I am seeing that putting in a lot more effort than put normally. We sleep just five hours so that our scrims are completed, tournaments get concluded, and the content should be uploaded on YouTube."