One of the oldest PUBGM/BGMI teams in India, Insidious esports aka Team IND has decided to disband its BGMI roster. The team entered into esports by signing the PUBG Mobile lineup in March 2019 and they secured second place in PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 Spring Split India. From there on, they have been making their presence in all major tournaments. They are one of the most consistent and experienced teams in India. Recently, they announced the official roster release news on their social media handles.
About team IND
Team IND is an Indian PUBG Mobile team, a part of the Insidious Esports Organization. It was founded on 5th March 2019 by one of their former players Tanmay ‘Sc0utOp’ Singh and Samir ‘Kratos’ Choubey. Later this team was acquired by the Insidious esports organization owned by Krishna ‘Warlock’ Kanwate.
In the starting, this team was doing pretty good in the PUBG Mobile scenes. They qualified for multiple global championships like PUBG Mobile Club Open Spring Split: South Asia, PUBG Mobile World League, etc. It was one of the most consistent and popular teams in India.
The achievements of Team IND in PUBG Mobile/BGMI follows-
- PUBG Mobile Club Open Spring Split India: 2nd position
- PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split South Asia: 5th position
- Fnatic Lockdown Invitational 2020: Winner
- PUBG Mobile Pro League- South Asia Season 1: 6th position
- Skyesports Grand Slam- PUBGM invitational: Winner
- PUBG Mobile India Series 2020: 6th position
- PUBG Mobile World League- season 0 east: 9th position
Team Insidious BGMI roster details
The BGMI roster of Team IND consisted of six players-
- Samir Choubey aka TeamINDKratoss (Co-owner, in-game leader)
- Kanishk Shah aka TeamINDSlayer (Sniper, Filter in-game leader)
- Raj Varma aka TeamINDSnax (Assaulter, free man)
- Daljit Singh aka TeamINDamjitsk (Sniper, second assaulter)
- Randeep Singh Bhullar aka TeamINDAttanki (Entry fragger)
- Kaustubh Walia aka TeamINDTrance (Assaulter)
Some of their notable ex-players were Tanmay Singh aka ScoutOp, Shivam Raghav aka 420op, Taha Khamkar aka Aladin, etc.
Team Insidious disband BGMI roster: Reason behind the decision
The actual reasons for Team IND’s BGMI roster disbanding are not fully clear as of now. But there are some speculations like the lineup will be acquired by a different esports organization, similar to how GodLike Esports acquired the ex-Team Insidious roster for CODM this October.
Another rumor is that some of its players will leave the lineup and join other teams. It is also rumored that Snax will join Team Soul and the rest of the players will be acquired by Team Velocity. But whatever the reason is, this news will break the hearts of many IND fans all over India.