In an Instagram post, Team XSpark announced the inclusion of Kyoyaa in their BGMI roster.
Kyoyaa has been one of the most consistent assaulters in the BGMI circuit and posted a strong performance at the India-Korea Invitational.
Team XSpark has taken Kyoyaa on loan from Medal Esports since the latter is not part of the Upthrust Esports Diwali Battle Season 2 Finals.
The final of the Upthrust Esports Diwali Battle Season 2 is just a few days away and the top 16 teams are gearing up for a gruelling battle. In preparation for the same, Team XSpark has announced the inclusion of Medal Esports' top assaulter, Jaideep 'Kyoyaa' Mankar in their BGMI roster. The LAN finals will be taking place in Bengaluru from November 7 and 8, featuring intense competition across 12 matches.
Medal Kyoyaa Joins Team XSpark For Upthrust Esports Diwali Battle Season 2
In an Instagram post, Team XSpark announced the inclusion of Kyoyaa in the already in-sync roster who recently played the India-Korea LAN Invitational. The team's statement reads:
"Join us in giving a warm welcome to Kyoyaa, our newest addition from Medal Esports! We’re grateful to Medal for allowing him to join us for the upcoming tournaments. Get ready to witness the fire of Team X Spark in action!"
Team XSpark has taken Kyoyaa on loan from Medal Esports since the latter is not a part of the Upthrust Esports Diwali Battle Season 2 Finals. The LAN will be taking place in Bengaluru from November 7 and 8 in front of a live audience. Here, the eight qualified teams will meet the eight invited teams and they will battle it out for a prize pool of Rs. 35 lakh. Here is a list of all the teams that will play in the event:
- Blind Esports
- Entity Gaming
- Global Esports
- Gods Reign
- Gujarat Tigers
- OR Esports
- Orangutan Gaming
- Revenant Esports
- Team 8Bit
- Team Soul
- Team Tamilas
- Team XSpark
For the unversed, Kyoyaa has been one of the most consistent assaulters in the BGMI circuit and is known to show impeccable skill. In the latest official LAN, Kyoyaa pulled off a 1 HP 1v2 clutch against the extremely seasoned Korean team, DPlus KIA, almost getting his team a chicken dinner. That 1v2 against DPlus KIA was a testament to the skillset the young BGMI player possesses and what he is capable of.
In the same tournament, Team XSpark placed 16th with a lineup that consisted of Scout, Dreams, Aditya, Pukar, and Sarang. Looking at their stint at the invitational, the lineup faced unforgiving zones and the team wasn't able to figure out a way around it. However, with the new LAN taking place soon, Team XSpark has a chance to remedy the issues that plagued them and build on the performance they put up at the Invitational LAN.
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