BGMI Tier-1 Scrims Drop Mavi Over “Lack of Achievements”,

Mavi Removed From BGMI Tier-1 Scrims Due to “Lack Of Achievements”

After his team’s removal from Tier-1 scrims, popular Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) player Harmandeep “Mavi” Singh has called out “politics” in the BGMI community. Mavi explained that his team was removed due to a rule that all players in a team must be Tier-1 players, which they could not fulfill. Meanwhile, his former teammate Hemanth “Ultron” Sethi noted that multiple teams were not fulfilling this rule but were still allowed to play in the exact same scrim. This has left Mavi and Ultron frustrated with the lack of transparency and fairness in the selection process for BGMI scrims.

Mavi is an accomplished player with a plethora of achievements to his name, including a third-place finish in the PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 – Spring Split: India and a second-place finish in the PUBG Mobile India Tour 2019. Despite his accomplishments, he revealed that his team’s slot was removed due to a lack of achievements. Mavi further explained that they had planned to pick two random players to fulfill the Tier-1 player requirement, but even that was not enough for the organizers. This led Ultron to call out the “politics” in the community that allow some teams to bend the rules while denying slots to deserving teams like theirs.

This is not the first time that the BGMI community has been accused of unfair practices. Hydra Esports’ content creator Hrishav “Hrishav” Kumar also expressed frustration about the lack of transparency in team selection for scrims. Despite his team’s achievements, he claimed that they were not given a slot in the scrims due to unknown reasons. These accusations raise questions about the fairness and transparency in the selection process for BGMI scrims and highlight the need for more accountability and transparency in the community.