From last year the overall mobile esports scene has been on this rise because of the massive success of PUBG Mobile. And India is not an exception here. Tecent’s special focus in India in growing the PUBG Mobile base is forcing other big organizations to notice India. Now Fnatic acquired Team XSpark, an Indian PUBG Mobile team consists of experienced players, is probably a result of this.
Who are Fnatic and Team XSpark?
Established in 2004, Fnatic is a London based professional esports organization who won a couple of esports titles over the one and half-decade.
Team XSpark is created (team roster is given below) with the well known Indian PUBG Mobile players. For now, Team XSpark is preparing for PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Split South Asia qualifiers. In the group stage, Team XSpark was ranked 3rd among the top 32 teams.
AS per the official tweet, the Fnatic Indian team will be operational from 2020. The current roster of the players include
What’s next for the Indian Mobile esports scene?
It is very good news for the Indian mobile esports players that organizations like Fnatic acquired Team XSpark. This will surely take mobile gaming to the next level. However, Fnatic mentioned about their future plans where they want to create a facility in India to provide mobile gamers with the best experience. Fnatic’s Chief Gaming Officer, Patrik Sättermon said,