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The UK-based professional organization has shown a teaser on Instagram which says “India, we’re coming!” The hype of PUBG Mobile in Asia remains high even after the launch of promising competitors like Call of Duty mobile, and organizations are only too ready to pick up a fraction of the glory for themselves. It is only natural that Fnatic wants a piece of the tournaments with big prize pools, which have a record viewership of over thousands.


                                               The organization picks up five talented PUBG mobile players who have been playing since the game’s launch.

The lineup includes :-

  • Tanmay ‘ScOutOP’ Singh
  • Paritosh ‘paritosh_plays’ Sharma
  • Ujwal ‘DreaM’
  • Harpreet ‘RonaK’ Singh Janjuha
  • Mohammed ‘Owais’ Owais Lakhani

The players picked up will now be playing under the official banner of Fnatic India, a new division created to enter the market of PUBG mobile. RonaK and Owais are ex-members of Team SouL – a part of the lineup that had won PUBG Mobile Indian Series 2019. ScOut had been a part of TeamIND, who had been the runners up in the PUBG Mobile Star Challenge.

With such a competitive lineup in play, one can only hope that there isn’t a repeat of the forsaken incident that had forced OpTic to disband its Indian roster.

Thanks, Talkesport.

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