Five players that were previously on Team Insane BGMI have officially signed with Blind Esports. Even though the team won the coveted BMPS event that same month, they took the unexpected decision to split up with its all-star squad in December 2023.
Soul Esports, a well-known club in India, just purchased its previous squad on January 1, 2024, and the team quickly accomplished some noteworthy successes with that group.
Last year, Blind Esports had a successful journey, winning many BGMI tournaments and earning over $190K in prize money. With the new team, the company will now aim to keep up their success this year.
Blind Esports BGMI Team
The team for Blind Esports now consists of:
The ex-Blind Esports roster won the Battlegrounds Mobile India Pro Series (BMPS) 2023, in which the Aadi-led team finished third. Despite his numerous achievements, Aadi has not yet made a major championship claim.
There were ups and downs for these elite athletes in 2023. They performed poorly in the BGMI Pro Scrims and the Villager Domin8r Series in June. Nevertheless, the team placed third in the Upthrust Survivors Saga Season 2 competition. Additionally, they asserted their third-place finish in the Skyesports Champions Series.
In the first major competition of the year, the Nodwin BGMI Masters Series Season 2, the team competing under the name Team Insane took fifth place. These athletes competed the entire tournament with incredible performances.
Additionally, they won fifth place in the Finals and second position in the League.
The group captained by Aadi, nevertheless, failed in a number of tournaments after that. The crew failed to qualify for the Grand Finals of the BGIS 2023 after finishing in 18th position.
In the Skyesports Championship 5.0, they made mistakes as well. In the BMPS 2023, these players showed incredible resilience in spite of their failures. Throughout this significant event, Harsh, Darkload, and Skipz performed outstanding, and Aadi was given the greatest IGL title in this Pro Series.
The team is presently competing in the ESL Snapdragon Pro Series.