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Fnatic to Part Away From India Very Soon, Here’s Why

As per the reports, Fnatic India will be shutting down its operations in India. Fnatic is one of the most popular gaming organizations across the globe. Concluding rosters competing in League of Legends and CS: GO and many other titles.

 

Fnatic to Part Away From India Very Soon
Fnatic to Part Away From India Very Soon

Fnatic, a professional gaming organization deriving from Europe will be parting away from India very soon. As per the reports, Fnatic India will be shutting down its operations in India.

Fnatic is one of the most popular gaming organizations across the globe. Concluding rosters competing in League of Legends and CS: GO and many other titles.

Fnatic had entered India with a PUBG Mobile roster hiring one of the best players of India such as Sc0ut, Ronak, and Owais. The roster lacked some titles at the start but after some changes in the team, the roster was performing well across India. However, they were not able to perform well at the global level.

Fnatic India PUBG Mobile roster had won many titles unofficially or officially including the PUBG Mobile All-Stars (PMAS) 2019 tournament. Adding to it, other major titles involve #8 in Peacekeeper Elite Championship (PEC) that took place in China at a global level.

Reason Behind Shutting Down The Operation In India

However, PUBG Mobile got banned in India on September 2, 2020. All the esports organizations and players were left upset and completely tense. It has been almost 6 months since the game has been banned in India. Moreover, there are no updates on the relaunch of the game in India yet.

However, the PUBG Mobile officials have announced the PUBG Mobile comeback on November 12, but still, the game is not launched yet. It seems that the government is still not impressed with their conditions. Moreover, the Indian version is yet to approved by them.

Despite the PUBG Mobile ban, it’s been a high time since the game has banned in India. However, there are no rays for the game to unbanned no sooner than the government gives them permission. So the organizations are thinking to exit from the PUBG Mobile roster waiting for the comeback of the game for so long.

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Parv Shah
Parv covers Esports News/Features/Reviews here. He is passionate about esports and exploring the field of gaming.
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