Abhijeet Andharem, an esports athlete representing the TSM-Entity PUBG Mobile roster, on Thursday, via Ghatak Twitter, reacted to the delay of the PUBG Mobile trailer in India. Ghatak’s Twitter account, within a few minutes of the tweet, started trending. The esports players from India, on his Ghatak Twitter account, said, “You’ve given us a taste of honey but then ran away with the honey pot.” Later in his post, he tagged PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile’s official Twitter accounts.
Ghatak Twitter Account: All You Need to Know
While all of us are eagerly waiting for the release of the PUBG Mobile India trailer, a lot of PUBG Mobile esports players in India, reacted to the delay of the trailer to the Indian audience. One such player, Abhijeet, representing TSM-Entity, via his Twitter – Ghatak Twitter, said the same. The tweet of Ghatak said,
You’ve given us a taste of honey but then ran away with the honey pot. Looks like you’re forgetting that we are a billion hungry bears! If nothing, the trailer should do it for now 🙂
Ghatak, with over 400K YouTube subscribers on his YouTube channel, is one of the esports players in India known for his bold statements. The same reaction was seen when PUBG Mobile got banned in India, a few months ago. As the PUBG Mobile India trailer is taking a lot of time to release, such a reaction is not a surprise to the Indian audience.
You’ve given us a taste of honey but then ran away with the honey pot. @PUBGMOBILE_IN @PUBGMOBILE Looks like you’re forgetting that we are a billion hungry bears! If nothing, the trailer should do it for now 🙂
— Abhijeet Andhare (@TSMentGHATAK) November 19, 2020
Ghatak Twitter: The Story from Ban to Unban
Since the ban of PUBG Mobile in India, Ghatak, via Ghatak Twitter, is continuously tweeting for the appeal of unbanning of the game in the country. Although, he respects the sentiments of the Indian government, however, PUBG Mobile was his and his teammates’ source of income. Banning a game within hours, without a proper warning to the esports players, is not a good structure of how a system works.