Revenant Esports Adds AquaNox and Blaze to its BGMI Roster

Revenant Esports Adds AquaNox and Blaze to its BGMI Roster

Revenant Esports has announced two exciting additions to its Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) lineup. The organization has picked up the decorated duo comprising Harsh "AquaNox" Rao and Hamza "Blaze" Hyderabadwala. 

You can check out the announcement video on YouTube and Instagram. 

AquaNox and Blaze are both veterans in BGMI esports and have been competing together since 2021 when they were a part of the immensely successful TSM lineup. Most recently, they competed for Gods Reign with their most impressive outing coming at the India - Korea Invitational. The two players were crucial in putting their team in second place at the international tournament and were the top-ranked Indian squad. 

Commenting on joining Revenant Esports, AquaNox said, “I am super excited to be joining Revenant Esports, who were among the more consistent teams throughout 2023. I am confident that our new lineup not only brings together individual skill and experience but also places a strong emphasis on synergy, creating a winning combination. I look forward to the challenges and victories ahead with this squad.”  

Elaborating further on his thoughts, Blaze added, “We have put together a team that is incredibly talented, and in the next few weeks, we'll focus on improving our teamwork and figuring out what works best for us. Being a part of Revenant is truly exciting, and with the backing of such a supportive organization, I am confident that we have a team capable of achieving lifting trophies.”

Revenant Esports’ BGMI lineup now comprises: 

  • Deepal “Sensei” Negi

  • Ritesh “Fierce” Nawandar

  • Kaushal “Simp” Jaiswal

  • Hamza “Blaze” Hyderabadwala

  • Harsh “AquaNox” Rao

Throughout 2023, Revenant Esports put up some consistent performances in BGMI. The talented team were able to qualify for all major tournaments, including the BGMI India Series (BGIS) in Mumbai and the Pro Series (BMPS) in Ahmedabad. They also earned a second-place finish at the Skyesports Championship 5.0 LAN in Bangalore.

Now, the refreshed lineup will first be seen in action at the ESL Snapdragon Pro Series: BGMI, taking place from Jan. 12 to Feb. 18 with an INR 1 Crore Prize Pool. The finale of this esports tournament will happen as a LAN event in Delhi, India.