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Scout’s YouTube channel gets hacked

The YouTube channel of Scout, the professional PUBG Mobile player with 3 million subscribers got hacked. Scout makes this revelation on his official social media handles and the news comes as a shocker for his fans.


Tanmay “Scout” Singh is one of the biggest gaming YouTubers from India who also competes professionally within PUBG Mobile. Scout is a distinguished personality within the Indian gaming community and has above a million followers on his verified Instagram handle.

Scout reveals that his Youtube channel was hacked this evening. This news comes as a shocker to many of his fans as he just streamed live this morning. The YouTube account is still running with all videos visible, unlike last time when the channels of Carryminati and 8bit Thug were disabled almost instantly when hacked.

Scout is very well-known in the international circuit and has represented Fnatic in the past. Recently rallying with Orange Rock, his squad was close to becoming the world champions of PUBG Mobile during PMWL: East 2020. His streaming career was also boosted to new heights in recent days. Scout also collaborated with Dr. Disrespect, one of the biggest streamers on the planet, and is frequently seen playing games with other eminent personalities from the Indian gaming community.

The YouTube channel hack is a very big shocker that will halt his streaming for the next few days. His channel can be recovered very soon when the YouTube officials take action on this ban. Currently, the mode of hack or origins is unknown.

Divyesh Moghe
Divyesh Moghehttp://www.talkesport.com
Content writer and Esports enthusiast
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