Big Recognition for PUBG Mobile India Star ‘Ronak’, signed by American Professional Esport team  

Big Recognition for PUBG Mobile India Star, signed by American Professional Esport team  

PUBG Mobile India update: PUBG Mobile India comeback is a hot news these days, but there are a lot rumors on the release date of the game, which is a frustrating news for the community. But a good news is coming today, Oxygen Esports is an American professional esports founded in May 2020 has picked up Harpreet Singh “Ronak” Janjuha, the star from fanatic.

https://twitter.com/OXG_Esports/status/1329503091067146244

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Oxygen Esports makes use of a data-driven strategy for expertise acquisition and fanbase engagement. Via OXG’s wholly-owned chain of Helix Esports facilities, OXG is making a clear, amateur-to-pro expertise pipeline whereas cultivating native gaming communities.

The debut in India seems like a chance they are willing to take, especially considering the current state of the game in India.

Ronak started off from Soul as the Rifler support, he saw the most success here placing first multiple times and always showcasing a dominating individual performance.

2019-06-15 1st A-Tier PUBG Club Open – Spring Split: India $60,000
2019-04-25 1st Showm. NIMO Streamers Battle $1,423
2019-03-10 1st A-Tier PUBG Mobile India Series 2019 $42,760

 

He was then Picked up by Fanatic with Scout OP and Owais. On paper this team looked unstoppable, but when it actually came to performance fans were slightly let down, he was often left disappointed with a spot at the bench among inconsistent performances and off the game controversies. After a brief stint with GodL as a stand in, Ronak was ultimately left without a lineup before the big hammer on the ban came about.

2020-06-14 8th A-Tier PUBG Mobile Pro League – Spring Split 2020: South Asia Finals $5,500
2020-06-07 6th A-Tier PUBG Mobile Pro League – Spring Split 2020: South Asia RS $3,500
2020-05-28 1st C-Tier Qume Bitcoin Cup $660
2020-05-05 9th A-Tier Gamers Without Borders 2020: Asia $2,000
2019-12-29 8th S-Tier Peacekeeper Elite Championship 2019 $11,435
2019-12-22 1st A-Tier PUBG Mobile All Stars India 2019 $28,092
2019-11-10 9th A-Tier PUBG Mobile Club Open – Fall Split: South Asia

Ronak has three official championships to his name, and is the only player to own this milestone, along with Fnatic Owais. The community always believed that Ronak still had lots to offer, and he will look to come back stronger now that he has signed with Oxygen Esports.

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