In an Instagram story, Arshpreet "GiLL" Singh announced that he will no longer be a part of Numen Gaming.
Numen Gaming had earlier announced the disbanding of the lineup that played BGIS 2023.
If the lineup's departure is officially announced then it is unsure which BGMI team these players are likely to go to.
Not content with leaving Rostermania in 2023, the BGMI scene could be shaken up once again. It was heavily rumored that Numen Gaming was likely to disband, and new developments have given further credence to these claims. Gill, an integral part of the organization, recently informed his audience that he would not be a part of the lineup and would look for new opportunities in 2024. This has fueled speculation that the lineup will no longer stick together.
Gill Announces Departure From Numen Gaming's BGMI Lineup
In an Instagram story, Arshpreet "GiLL" Singh announced that he will no longer be a part of Numen Gaming and will be looking for new opportunities when the new year comes. Before this, Savitar also cryptically announced that he would not remain with the lineup. With this, speculations of the lineup being disbanded eventually grew stronger.
Savitar's bio on Instagram also changed to "Esports athlete for ?" indicating that two out of the five players have left the lineup, and more are likely to leave, as well. Earlier, Numen Gaming had announced the disbanding of the lineup that played BGIS 2023. This previous lineup failed to get a spot in the finals of BGIS 2023, and right after that, fell short at the Skyesports BGMI Championship 5.0. Announcing the dissolution of the previous lineup that consisted of Avinash "Avii" Chari, Arshpreet "GiLL" Singh, Shaurya "Savitar" Gupta, Robin "REXX" Boora and Akash "Maxkash" Anandani, Numen Gaming said:
"With a heavy heart, we bid farewell to our BGMI roster. It was great seeing them carry the Numen badge, but all good things come to an end. We wish them the best for their future endeavors."
As far as the current lineup is concerned, it consists of ShadowOG, ClutchGod, Saviar, Wixxy, and Gill. These players came together to play for Numen when BMPS 2023 was announced and played in the finals as well. The finals of BMPS 2023 were won by Blind Esports, and Numen Gaming finished ninth overall.
If the lineup's departure is officially announced then it is unsure where these players are likely to go. Neyoo from GodLike Esports, who was earlier IGLed by ShadowOG, said that the latter is not willing to come back to the GodLike Esports lineup.