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S8UL Esports Bids Farewell to their Call of Duty Mobile Roster

Read this article for full information regarding the sudden release.

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Growing Indian esports organization S8UL Esports bids farewell to their Call of Duty Mobile roster. The official Instagram handle of S8UL Esports made the announcement of farewell.

This announcement comes within 15 days of the official introduction of the roster. The roster was playing for S8UL Esports for a long time and representing them in the competitive scene. On March 4th, 2021, S8UL Esports officially introduced the roster.

About S8UL Esports farewell Call of Duty Mobile Roster

s8ul - CODM Farewell
s8ul – CODM Farewell

S8UL Esports posted on March 4th, 2021

“Although our boys have been representing us for a long time, here’s a formal introduction to our lineup from Call of Duty Mobile. Watch out for them in the next majors, they are the best at what they do!”

S8UL Esports CODM Roster

  1. Arav ‘Monk’ Narang
  2. Priyank ‘Death’ Birajdar
  3. Armaan ‘Moon Scope’ Dharni
  4. Akshan ‘Argon’ Madhani
  5. Amitabh ‘Xenon’ Srivastav

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This roster has shown a great performance under the S8UL Esports banner. They have recently secured the 1st runner up position in the Call of Duty Mobile India Cup. Additionally, the team has also won the GoodGame1 Weekend Wars and finished at a decent position in many tournaments.

Call of Duty Mobile Esports is also getting India’s attention after PUBG Mobile got banned in India. Many third-party organizers are hosting a large number of tournaments with a good prize pool. Moreover, we might see Call of Duty Mobile getting introduced in the ESL India Premiership 2021, one of the biggest Indian Esports League.

Read More: COD Mobile: Season 2 Buffs, Nerfs & Patch Notes

About the Game

Call of Duty Mobile’s popularity is growing day by day in India also worldwide. This is encouraging the esports organizations to invest in the of the most popular shooting game. Developed and published by Activision and Timi Studios, this game was released on October 1st, 2019, and within one year, the game has generated $400 million in revenue.

Lucifer
Lucifer is an Esports writer. He is good at PUBG Mobile, Free Fire, League of Legends.
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