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Esports | Top 5 PUBG Mobile teams in India

PUBG Mobile today is one of the most popular battle royal games in the world. Released just over three years back, the game captured the attention of gamers from across the globe in a very short span of time. The competitive scene has further enhanced its reputation with professional players and squads playing several regional tournaments in order to qualify for the prestigious world leagues. Here’s a look at some of the best PUBG Mobile teams in India:

Orange Rock

Team Orange Rock (Source: The Esports Observer)
Team Orange Rock (Source: The Esports Observer)

Orange Rock at the moment can be considered as the best team to grace PUBG Mobile Esports, built under the leadership of ‘Mavi’ who is their In Game Leader who can also be considered as the best IGL to grace the game. Their recent performances in 2020 have seen them establish a stronghold on the number 1 spot, mainly securing first place in major PUBG Esports Tournament being ESL India Premiership 2020 Summer Season: Finals, PUBG Mobile Pro League – Spring Split 2020: South Asia League, PUBG Mobile Pro League – Spring Split 2020: South Asia League and several top places finishes in PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split 2020: India, PUBG Mobile Pro League – Spring Split 2020: South Asia Finals

The Team:

Harmandeep Singh ‘Mavi’ (In Game Leader)

Joe Michael Anto ‘Anto’ 

Daljit Singh ‘Daljitsk’ 

Viren Mahipalsingh Gour ‘Viru’ 

Arshpreet Gill Singh ‘GiLL’ 

Tanmay Singh ‘Sc0utOP’ (on loan from Fnatic) 

Fnatic

Team Fnatic (Source: Gurugamer.com)
Team Fnatic (Source: Gurugamer.com)

Powerhouses on a global stage and now slowly establishing themselves as front runners to become one of the top teams in PUBG Mobile Esports. Fnatic having acquired an Indian PUBG roster have built a team of technical geniuses to do one thing only: WIN. The team quickly established themselves in the scene, securing multiple top finishes in some of the top Indian PUBGM tournaments. Their recent performances have seen them finish second in the ESL India Premiership 2020 Summer Season: Finals, PUBG Mobile India Series 2020 to name a few. Fnatic having acquired the team in 2019 have built a world-class unit that will take the Indian Esports scene by storm. Only time will tell if they will be able to do so.

The Team:

Mohammed Owais Lakhani ‘Owais’ (In Game Leader)

Tanmay Singh ‘Sc0utOP’ (on loan at OR) 

Harpreet Singh Janjuha ‘Ronak’ 

Ashish Bhatnagar ‘Ash’ 

Gaurav Rawat ‘Franky’ 

Akash Anandani ‘MaxKasH’ 

TSM – Entity

TSM - Entity (Source: Gurugamer.com)
TSM – Entity (Source: Gurugamer.com)

Following the recent merger and announcement of TeamSoloMid a global organisation partnering with Team Entity one of India’s best Esports organizations. This collaboration has led to the development of possibly one of India’s best PUBG Mobile organizations to ever grace the esport. Having won India’s biggest esport tournament of 2020, the PUBG Mobile India Series 2020, they have set the standard of what PUBG teams should play like, while also performing on a global scale finishing second at the PUBG Mobile Pro League – Spring Split 2020: South Asia Finals. TSM – Entity have some of the best players to grace the game, primarily JONATHAN who could potentially stake the claim of being the best player in the game and under ClutchGOD’s leadership TSM-Entity can be considered as one of the best in the scene.

The Team:

Vivek Aabhas Horo ‘ClutchGod’ (In Game Leader)

Abhijeet Harishchandra Andhare ‘GHATAK’ 

Suraj Nityanand Majumdar ‘Neyoo’ 

Jonathan Jude Amaral ‘JONATHAN’ 

Abhishek Choudhary ‘ ZGOD’ 

MegaStars

Team MegaStars (Source: YouTube)
Team MegaStars (Source: YouTube)

MegaStars, having been established in 2019 have slowly built their way to the top, combining a team of talents, who are building a name for themselves competing against some of the top teams in the scene. Their recent performances have seen them become one of the best teams in the scene while showcasing their skills in various tournaments and finishing in top 5 spots in ESL India Premiership 2020 Summer Season: Finals, PUBG Mobile Pro League – Spring Split 2020: South Asia Finals showing their ability to go toe to toe with the big boys. It will be exciting to see what this young team of talented individuals come up with in the future. 

The Team:

Parichay Bansal ‘Paradox’ (In Game Leader)

Rishabh Katoch ‘Encore’

Arth Trivedi ‘Vexe’

Rishabh Jain ‘Swag’

Manoj Kumar ‘Believe’

Team Tamilas

Team Tamilas (Source: Wikiur)
Team Tamilas (Source: Wikiur)

Team Tamilas, who is are of the nine teams from qualified PMCO Split Spring India to PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia 2020. Hailing from the capital city of Tamil Nadu, Team Tamilas secured 4th position in PMCO India 2020 with 167 points. Notably, Team Tamilas – the first team from South India in a Major PUBG Mobile tournament.

Team Tamilas finished as finalists in the recently concluded ESL India Premiership PUBGM 2020. They also finished fourth in the PMIS Fan’s voting for best performing team garnering a total of 12.05% of the votes beating out popular teams like SynerGE, Team IND to name a few. 

They have notably also finished second at India’s biggest PUBG Mobile tournament namely PGAX 2020, establishing themselves as the best team in South India and slowly making inroads in becoming the best team in PUBG mobile esports.

The Team:

Shabarish aka ‘Spray’ – (In Game Leader)

Arunraj aka ‘MAXY’ 

Prasanth aka ‘Striker’

Bharatwaji aka ‘CarryOP’

Also read: Team Tamilas — the first team from South India in a major PUBG Mobile Esports tournament

Also read: Esports | Top 10 PUBG Mobile players in India

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