Fnatic India coach denies reports of shutting down PUBG Mobile operations permanently

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The coach of Fnatic PUBG Mobile roster has stated that Fnatic India will not be shutting down their operations in the country. In an exclusive report, our sources close to Fnatic India revealed that the organization will be closing their operations but according to Aurum, the operations will not be ceased permanently.

Talkesport exclusively reported that Fnatic will be shutting down their operations due to the 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 completely shattered.

The PUBG Mobile tournaments lined for India were stopped abruptly and the teams competing on the highest level had to face the backlash. The players had to sit and wait for the unban or relaunch notice and no announcement regarding this has been made yet.

PUBG Mobile has been banned for more than six months and since the relaunch date of PUBG Mobile India is not even revealed, the teams competing in this esports title had to take some decisions. Fnatic is one of the best teams in India and our sources disclosed that the PUBG Mobile operations are about to be discontinued.

Prateek ‘Aurum’ Mehra has denied that Fnatic will not be closing down their operations in India permanently. He has stated that an official announcement regarding the operations will be made very soon but Fnatic India is not ceasing their operations in the country.

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