A few weeks back, Orange Rock Esports announced on its Instagram page that Daljit Singh, aka Daljitsk, was bidding adieu to the team. Since then, it was speculated that Daljitsk would move back to his old side, i.e., Team Insidious (Team IND).
However, due to the ban of PUBG Mobile in India by the Indian Government under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act at the beginning of last month, the gaming community was thrown into disarray.
And now, a month after the shocking news, with things slowly getting back on track, Team Insidious, on its social media platforms, announced that Daljitsk was rejoining its roster.
Welcome Back Sniper King @daljitsk18 More headshots coming soon #betheind
Scout gave Daljitsk his break
Daljitsk is a veteran of the PUBG Mobile circuit, having over two years of experience as an esports athlete. He started his journey in 2018 with Team TFS. Impressed by his skills, ScoutOP (one of India's most popular players) invited him directly to his team, i.e., Team IND. Scout discovered Daljitsk through his montage videos.
Daljitsk is touted as one of the best support players not just in India but in the world. His fantastic sniping skills with bolt action rifles have always been the center of attention during big games. He also has a great social media presence, with more than 243k subscribers on YouTube and 206k followers on Instagram.
Team Insidious is one of the earliest and most consistent teams in India. Scout led Team IND to its first breakthrough, at the PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) India Spring Split 2019, where it secured the second place and qualified for the PMCO Global. Daljitsk was part of Team IND for a long time before moving to Orange Rock in December 2019.
With him in the side, OR managed to win multiple major tournaments, such as the ESL India Premiership 2020 Summer and the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Season 1 League Stage.