PUBG Mobile: Former Loop Esports players joins Influence Rage esports

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As we know, a month earlier the team was going through a rough time with some internal issues and this led to an in-game protest for the first time in the entire PUBGM history.

On December 3rd, their former Team captain “Dadinho” was removed from the team due to bad terms but the exact reason wasn’t stated. The player said that it was the decision of Carla Coelho, The CEO of loops esports. He didn’t further comment on the issue because of legal complications.

In the last PMGC group stage match, which was held a month ago, three of the players split away from the fourth man and sat idle in a church in the erangle map.

Players from RRQ Athena spotted them and got 3 kills effortlessly.

The fourth player of the team who was on the other side of the map was found playing a normal game. This gave PUBGM Management a key that something was odd about this scenario. Later that day , PUBGM Management released a statement about this stating that this “protest took place due to an internal issue”.

The PUBG Mobile esports team and ESL announced that they “reviewed all evidence of the unsportsmanlike behavior” of the players and found that it violated the competitive integrity of the game.

Thus, under rule 6.1.2 of the PUBG Mobile esports rulebook, which says that “players must compete at the best of their skills at all times,” Loops Esports was disqualified from the PMGC. The team will also forfeit any prize money that they would’ve won.

After getting disqualified from PMGC , Federal, Dadinho,Caiowski and Gxlden parted their ways with Loops esports.

Influence Rage esports (INF) released a reveal video today which re-enacted the incident from PMGC. This states that Dadinho, Caiowski, and Federal are signed by Influence rage esports along with Cher, who was the coach of Loops esports.

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