Animesh Agarwal aka Thug honors BGMI esports athletes and content creators
In a recent livestream, Animesh “Thug” Agarwal the co-owner of S8UL Esports and a content creator voiced his unwavering respect for BGMI esports athletes; Jonathan “JONATHAN” Amaral, Naman “MortaL” Mathur, and Tanmay “Scout” Singh. Yes, you have heard it right, Thug showed his esteem by stating that he would never disrespect JONATHAN, especially for what he did for the Indian esports scene. He referred to these players as “legends,” expressing his deep respect for them. Although Thug acknowledged making jokes and enjoying himself, he would never treat these three people with disdain.
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What he highlighted?
Thug was spotted watching a BGMI tournament on a livestream. During this session, one of his viewers questioned him about whether the participant in the event, JONATHAN, could become the top fragger of the competition. As a reply, Thug expressed his unwavering faith in JONATHAN’s skills and abilities by highlighting he believes in JONATHAN and that he will undoubtedly succeed in becoming the top fragger.
In addition, he went on to say how much respect he holds for JONATHAN by declaring that he will never disrespect him irrespective of his current form, future form or past performances. The tremendous impact that JONATHAN has built on the Indian esports sector was also acknowledged by him.
Thug called Scout, Jonathan and MortaL “Legends” and said he will never disrespect them no matter what. According to him, they are in a class by themselves and are entirely different from other esports athletes. Furthermore, Thug also acknowledged that, apart from having fun, making jokes, and engaging in other activities, he would never disrespect these three guys.