The coach of Fnatic PUBG Mobile roster has said that Fnatic India is not going to be shutting down their operations within the nation. In an unique report, our sources near Fnatic India revealed that the group can be closing their operations however in response to Aurum, the operations is not going to be ceased completely.
Talkesport completely reported that Fnatic can be shutting down their operations as a result of ban imposed on PUBG Mobile in India. Fnatic entered India after hiring their first mobile esports roster and after the game was banned by MeitY, the esports scene surrounding PUBG Mobile utterly shattered.
The PUBG Mobile tournaments lined for India had been stopped abruptly and the groups competing on the best stage needed to face the backlash. The gamers needed to sit and look ahead to the unban or relaunch discover and no announcement relating to this has been made but.
PUBG Mobile has been banned for greater than six months and because the relaunch date of PUBG Mobile India shouldn’t be even revealed, the groups competing on this esports title needed to take some choices. Fnatic is among the greatest groups in India and our sources disclosed that the PUBG Mobile operations are about to be discontinued.
Prateek ‘Aurum’ Mehra has denied that Fnatic is not going to be closing down their operations in India completely. He has said that an official announcement relating to the operations can be made very quickly however Fnatic India shouldn’t be ceasing their operations within the nation.
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