PUBG Mobile professional player Ujwal ‘InyoDream’ Chaudhari has accused unnamed teams of purchasing slots and the tournament organizers for selling such slots of Tier 1 Indian PUBG Mobile tournaments and scrims. This allegation is not related to official PUBG Mobile tournaments but heavily targets the PUBG Mobile community as a whole.
InyoDream represented European powerhouse Fnatic when they first arrived in India. After Fnatic picked up a power-packed roster of star team XSpark, they made some changes in due course of time and bid adieu to ‘InyoDreams’ in the process.
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He is into limelight yet again but this time, InyoDream has raised a new issue that targets the alleged dark side of PUBG Mobile community in India. In his post it is stated that such teams and its owners are paying up to ₹15,000 to ₹25,000 for each slot or the tournament organizers “demand” such an amount to provide a slot.
In the scrimmage and tournament, several powerhouses from India play very frequently and often some new names are added to this list. InyoDream says that major teams like Fnatic, TSM, GodLike and U-Mumba Esports “can already see what is going on” and this indicates that they already aware of this malpractice. He ends the post stating that everybody deserves a fair chance and hence, purchasing slots is not a correct thing.
These are some serious allegations that include several big names in it. PUBG Mobile is already banned in India and several pros have opted to train in the Korean version of this game to be sharp and not lose their edge. Such a heavy accusation in this period has raised several questions regarding the operations of top-tier PUBG Mobile scrimmages and tournaments in India.
Names are not included in this post so it is not possible to identify the target but if slots are being sold out, the transparency and sustainability of such privately hosted tournaments will remain uncertain in the future.
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