Fnatic – the popular eSports team is all set to enter India. This would be through PUBG Mobile. This means that Fnatic would also be amongst the Indian PUBG teams in the near future. This is said to come to the fore in 2020. Here, it is worth remembering that eSports in India is rapidly emerging, thanks to events like the PUBG Mobile Club Open, the PUBG Mobile Star Challenge, and the PUBG Mobile Fall Split 2019.
At this juncture, Fnatic is comprised by some of India’s top eSports content streams such as Paritosh Sharma (paritosh_plays), Tanmay Singh (Scout), Ujwal (DreaM), Mohammad Owais Lakhani (Owais), and Harpreet Singh Janjuha (RonaK). Fnatic also teased the above announcement on their official Instagram account. The team stated that 2020 would be their year as far as dominating in PUBG Mobile by competing with the best teams from across the world is concerned. In fact, the above players were earlier part of the team called XSpark that Fnatic acquired.
With an impressive lineup of players, Fnatic does look massive. These better translate into trophies and recognition at global levels for India, because recently, Indian teams have grabbed eyeballs but fell short when it comes to lifting trophies actually. This has been true in all major recent global PUBG Mobile eSports events such as the PMCO, and PMSC 2019. Hence, the renewed Fnatic now stand a huge chance at breaking this jinx.
In related PUBG News, the update 0.15.0 is now seeding widely across India. The Payload Mode, is also slated to be made live soon for gamers in the country. As far as the new update is concerned, it introduces enhancements like the BRDM-2 tanker, Desert Eagle pistol, other newer weapons, and a Halloween-theme element. Players could check for the update now.