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Fnatic players “reminded of their obligations” following growing misconduct in PUBGM roster

Fnatic PUBG Mobile recently posted an official statement on their Instagram handle where they acknowledged that everything is not okay among the members of their PUBG Mobile roster. Here’s what all they had to say in their official statement:

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To all who consider themselves Fnatics Our vision for India has always been to establish Fnatic as the most professional and well-respected brand in the market, and we continue to strive to get to that place by providing meaningful content and fan activities, and by levelling up the athletes and content creators we seek out and help towards national fame and eventually international glory. We all set out for this mission together and whereas we have passed many hurdles already and seen great success both in sports and content, we are not the lean and mean war machine we want to be. Over the last few weeks we have seen a decline in how we communicate within the team, both internally as well as externally, which has lead to things being said publicly that we do not support nor will allow. We have now reminded players of their obligations to our fans, to each other, and to Fnatic. We have also highlighted that we will take serious action against any player who does not align with Fnatic's values, and the expectations of our fantastic fans. We believe in this team, this community and all Indian gamers across the country. As much as winning is the absolute core of our mission and identity, so is the importance on how walk the path to get there. We will do everything necessary to create a healthy and competitive environment for the players of today as well as tomorrow.

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First of all, Fnatic talked about their vision for India as a brand and how they want to establish themselves as a professional and well-respected brand in the Indian market not just for the present but for the future as well. They also hinted towards putting their focus on the content-creation part as well and their goal to attain national fame, and glory at an international level.


Fnatic PUBG Mobile accepted the fact that there had been a decline in the communication aspect of the team recently both internally and externally, which lead to things coming out and being discussed in public by the members of the team(most probably hinting towards recent livestreams of Sc0ut and Owais respectively).

Fnatic also highlighted that they are going to take strict actions if any player is found to not align with Fnatic’s values and the expectations of the fans that they have all around the world. They clearly mentioned that, “Winning is the absolute core of their mission and identity.” “We will do everything in our power to create a healthy and competitive environment for all the players”, they further added. It will be really interesting to see if Fnatic is able to figure it out something and resolve the issues within the team.

Anuj Rautela
Anuj Rautelahttp://www.talkesport.com
Anuj "BLaSToiS3" Rautela, a MOBA-esports player, played competitively in Arena of Valor, creator of the team "ExDee Gaming" which represented India at Asian Games 2018. A true fitness-freak! & loves to create content; coding when bored.

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