Ever since the launch of PUBG Mobile, the esports ecosystem started to expand massively all over the world. With a prize pool in millions of dollars, PUBG Mobile revolutionized the Mobile esports ecosystem, just like CS: GO and Dota 2 in PC gaming.
After seeing the massive growth of PUBG Mobile esports in India, many foreign esports organisations started to invest here. One such organisation was Fnatic. The UK-based organisation entered the Indian Esports scene in 2019 by signing the ex roster of Team XSpark. Team XSpark was led by Tanmay “Scout” Singh and followed by Owais, Ronak and InYoDream. After lifting the PUBG Mobile All-Stars trophy, Scout was transferred to Orange Rock on loan for PUBG Mobile World League, where they finished in second place.
According to rumours, Cloud9 and Team Liquid are expected to pickup teams in India by the end of this year.
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After watching the impressive performance of Entity Gaming in PMCO, Team SoloMid ( TSM ) entered the Indian esports ecosystem and signed them. TSM – Entity is definitely considered as one of the World’s best PUBG Mobile teams for their aggressive firepower.
Galaxyracer Esports entered the Indian Soil by signing the ex-lineup of Celtz gaming. Celtz gaming was the champion of PUBG Mobile Pro League SA 2020.
Since PUBG Mobile was banned in India a couple of months ago , Fnatic seized their Indian operations and disbanded their lineup. Few players of the ex Fnatic roster were signed by Galaxy racer esports. Now that PUBG Mobile is back in India in the form of Battlegrounds Mobile India, rumours state that International Esports organisations like Fnatic, Cloud 9, and Team Liquid are all set to enter the Indian esports scene by the end of the year 2021.
Cloud 9 already entered the PUBG Mobile scene by signing a professional team from the North American region, which was later disbanded.