NinjaJod Departs Team XSpark Amid Internal Discord

Author: Kalyan Ganguli


Published at: 14 Mar 2024

Team XSpark BGMI Roster 2024:

  1. Tushar “Dreams” Jain: Dreams is a key player known for his strategic gameplay and leadership skills. As the former In-Game Leader (IGL) of Team XSpark, he brings valuable experience to the team.

  2. Harsh “Spraygod” Malik: Spraygod is recognized for his exceptional aiming skills and versatility in various roles within the team. His aggressive playstyle adds firepower to the squad.

  3. Sarangajyoti “Sarang” Deka: Sarang is a seasoned player known for his consistent performances and adaptability in different situations. He plays a crucial role in anchoring the team.

  4. Rahul “Osmium” Sharma (Coach): Osmium, as the coach, provides strategic guidance and mentorship to the players, enhancing their overall performance and teamwork.

Changes in the Roster:

  • Departure of NinjaJod: NinjaJod, previously a part of Team XSpark, left the team due to internal issues. He has joined Team Zero to explore new opportunities.

  • New Additions: To compensate for the departure of NinjaJod, Team XSpark is experimenting with Kyllo, a potential assaulter, in ongoing tournaments.

Previous Changes:

  • Pukar “Pukar” Singla and Aditya “Aditya” Mathe: Pukar and Aditya, former members of Team XSpark, departed at the beginning of the 2024 BGMI season. Pukar joined Entity Gaming, while Aditya joined Godlike Esports.

  • Tushar “DreamS” Jain: DreamS, who served as the IGL for Team XSpark, transitioned to Hydra Esports on March 13, 2024, seeking new challenges.


  • Team XSpark has undergone several changes in its roster over the years, aiming to optimize performance and adapt to evolving strategies in the competitive BGMI scene.

  • NinjaJod, renowned for his MVP performances in various tournaments, was expected to bolster the team’s firepower. However, internal issues led to his departure.

  • The addition of Kyllo reflects the team’s commitment to finding the right balance and strengthening its lineup to remain competitive in the BGMI circuit.