Indian PUBG gamers have consistently won over their followers by representing India in numerous international PUBG Mobile tournaments. Following is a list of the top PUBG Mobile players who are most likely to win a medal at the 19th Asian Games because the game has been included as an official medal event.
The country’s esports business has been expanding quickly, and the outbreak has further fueled this growth. When eSports were added as a demonstration sport, an Indian earned the bronze medal in Hearthstone, inspiring many young people to give it a shot. PUBG Mobile is one of the most well-liked battle royale games in India when it comes to eSports, and many Indian players have been successful in the game.
Let’s see 5 Indian PUBG players in this list.
Raj “Snax” Verma, the hero of Team IND, has the chance to represent India in PUBG Mobile at the Asian Games. Snax is getting better every day at the battle royale game. He won the BGMI’s inaugural official competition to launch his BGMI career. Snax has the power to guide his squad to victory in Battlegrounds Mobile India, often known as BGMI, the country’s version of PUBG Mobile.
One of the most well-known PUBG Mobile players in India is Naman “Mortal” Mathur, owner of Team SouL. Mortal has some experience in competitive gaming. With two major PUBG Mobile- PMCO- Spring Split tournament victories under his belt—India and the PUBG Mobile India Series 2019—Mortal’s leadership abilities could be crucial to his team’s chances of taking home a gold at the 19th Asian Games.
Although he now represents Team SouL in Battlegrounds Mobile India, Harmandeep “Mavi” Singh is regarded as OR Esports’ crown jewel. Every time, Mavi’s grenades hit their target. Additionally, Mavi has strong leadership qualities that can help his team dominate the scoreboard. He is one of India’s top PUBG Mobile gamers thanks to his quick decisions and tactical gaming.
Skylightz Gaming had just recently added Harpreet Singh ‘RonaK’ Janjuha to their BGMI squad, and it would seem that they made the right decision. Ronak consistently does well in several competitions. His squad benefits greatly from his cool-headed approach to the game’s challenging circumstances. As the centre of his squad, Ronak is qualified to represent India at the Asian Games.
The player to introduce the use of claw controls in India was Tanmay “Sc0ut” Singh. His M416+6X sprays grew insane once he started using a gyroscope, and today he is a well-known PUBG Mobile player worldwide. With Sc0ut on board, a squad can have one individual serve as a flanker, scout, assaulter, and sniper. Scout had been a part of Fnatic esports for a long time, and in addition, he frequently guided his squad to good finishes in different competitions.