Today, Fufoo Esports announced the partnership with Carnage Esports. With this partnership, Fufoo Esports entered the PUBG Mobile scene in the Nepal region. They also announced that they will not just stop at PUBG Mobile, they will also explore other mobile titles too.
Nivedita Sinha, CEO of Fufoo Esports, said
“We are deeply grateful to the Nepal community which has shown trust in us for this partnership. understand that we have a responsibility with these levels of achievements, and that is to bring an international trophy home. We believe this partnership will be a monumental step in that direction. Our plans don’t just stop at PUBG Mobile, they will eventually touch other mobile games too.”
After a long ban of PUBG Mobile in India, Fufoo Esports decided to collaborate with PMCO Nepal winner Carnage Esports. They will play under the banner of Fuffo-Carnage in future competitions. Carnage Esports is currently participating in PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Season 3: League Stage.
Partnership between Fufoo Esports –
Carnage Esports has been officially announced by both organizations. This is the first time when Fufoo Esports signed the PUBG Mobile roster with a view of represent on PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021. Fufoo Esports might sign the CODM and Free Fire roster in near future.
Fufoo Esports was trying to start an adventure in PUBG Mobile for a long time but due to ban status in India, they couldn’t make it till now. More things about the partnership will be announced later this week.
Fufoo Esports is the third esports organization that signed or partnership with a team outside of India. FutureStation Esports and Stalwart Esports also signed the roster outside from India previously.
About Fufoo Esports –
Fufoo Esport is an Indian eSports organization that has multiple teams team fielded top players in multiple titles including Call of Duty Mobile, Free Fire, and Rainbow Six Siege.
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