Soul Mortal decided to take a rest from competitive Esports competition as he decides to dedicate his time towards live gaming streams online.
India’s one of the most popular personalities Esports, Soul Mortal or Naman Mathur has decided to take a break from Esports competitions to dedicate his time in live streaming content.
Mortal announced his decision on his YouTube channel where he has over 2.6 million subscribers. He thanked his fans who have stuck with him for the last year and also said that he’s been more upset than happy over the past few months when he had to stay away from YouTube.
“Nothing else has given me more satisfaction than being connected with my audience daily with 10pm stream,” MortaL said.
Recent participation by him in several competition has seen him being inactive on his YouTube channel and away from content creation for his fans, which now Naman Mathur has opted to continue further.
He also mentioned that he has some family obligations, and have to take care of his mother and brother, being the man of the family. Moreover, Mortal also announced that he feels that he has an obligation toward his audience and fans as well, and wants to do something for them in the future that he wasn’t able to do until now.
Thus, it indicates that Mortal will turn into a full-time mentor in the Indian esports scene to groom talent from the country for future PUBG Mobile tournaments.
On the other hand, Mortal claims his team is ready and supports his decision. Team Soul’s remaining players—Yash “Viper” Soni, Harpeet “Ronak” Singh, and Mohammed Owais—will continue to compete in the upcoming tournaments. The replacement of Mortal will be announced by the Team Soul soon.
Naman further confirmed that this deal was not influence by recent performance in the PMCO Spring Split Global Championship happened recently. Mortal believes that participating in Esports require a lot of dedication, and he cannot juggle between both the things