Orangutan Gaming Announces Layoffs and Retains Key Players
Orangutan Gaming, a prominent esports organization, made an announcement on their official Instagram handle that they have released several popular content creators such as Ishika “Ishika” Choudhury, Gopal “Hastar” Sarda, Kushal “Kushal” Mahajan, Tanya “Mcqueen” Palta, and Mukti “Mukti” Sujaik along with their Free Fire roster. This decision has left fans in shock and wondering about the future of the organization. However, Orangutan Gaming has assured fans of their commitment to delivering high-quality esports content and providing opportunities for new content creators and talented esports players to showcase their skills on a global stage.
The organization acknowledged that the news might disappoint some fans but assured them that they remain fully committed to delivering high-quality esports content and providing opportunities for talented athletes and content creators to showcase their skills on a global stage. They also revealed that their team is already working tirelessly behind the scenes to explore new opportunities and partnerships, and they are confident that they will emerge from this stronger and better equipped to serve their fans.
The organization thanked their fans for their continuous support and assured them of exciting news and updates in the near future. The reason for the layoff was not stated, leaving numerous fans in shock.
With rumors of Battlegrounds Mobile India’s unban spreading in the Indian gaming community, Orangutan Gaming has kept the services of their BGMI esports roster intact. This might be an indirect hint that the game is finally on its way back to the Indian market.
Despite the layoff, Orangutan Gaming’s decision to retain key players and focus on delivering high-quality esports content has demonstrated their commitment to their fans and the gaming community. Fans are eagerly anticipating their next moves and are hopeful for a strong comeback from the organization.