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PUBG Mobile: Team Secret’s uHigh is joining Bigetron Red Aliens

Bigetron will go all guns blazing in the upcoming tournaments!

In a surprise move that has caught all the fans off guard, one of the greatest prodigies in PUBG Mobile, Team Secret’s uHigh is joining Bigetron Red Aliens. The acquisition of Dhiya Ulhaq, aka uHigh from Team Secret Malaysia, comes as a piece of big news in the PUBG Mobile global scene. The first-ever international signing in the Indonesian PUBG Mobile scene will result in Bigetron having another world-class player in its roster, which is already one of the best in the global Esports scene of the game.

uHigh: A global prodigy

uHigh, a 17-year-old kid hailing from Malaysia has made a big name for himself as one of the best fraggers and assaulters of the global PUBG Mobile scene, after being picked up by Team Secret in 2020. A young guy with lots of potential, uHigh soon established himself as one of the best players of the game. This is owing to his consistent performance in almost all the tournaments for Team Secret, arguably being their best player.

PUBG Mobile uHigh joining Bigetron
uHigh: Grand Finals MVP for PMPL Fall Split Finals

uHigh has also earned the titles of PMPL League Terminator for most kills and the Grand Finals MVP for his performance in the PMPL Fall Split Finals. A master clutcher and entry fragger, uHigh has made a name for being an aggressive player with the ability to push and pin down teams, so that his teammates can make short work of them.

What does the addition mean for Bigetron

Widely regarded as the strongest and most decorated global PUBG Mobile team, Bigetron has seen a drop in their performances as of recent times. They are yet to get top 3 in an official international tournament, despite winning more than one international event in a row in the past year. After the departure of team supporter Microboy, Liquid has replaced him in the team. Although Liquid has proven himself to be a worthy teammate, as a team, there has been no real success. The signing of uHigh will improve the aggressive approach of Bigetron, increasing their gunpower. Ryzen, the best player on the team and one of the best players in the world, should make a rather deadly duo with uHigh. They will be backed up by none other than the Tachibana Twins, Zuxxy and Luxxy.

PUBG Mobile uHigh joining Bigetron
uHigh: Can this acquisition pay off for Bigetron?

Thus, with improved gunpower and close-range capabilities, we can hope for Bigetron to once again return to the dominating form, they had shown earlier. It should also be mentioned that the current coach of Bigetron, Jangs, is also an ex-Team Secret member. This should be an advantage when forming synergy with the team, as Jangs can mediate between the old members and uHigh to find a playstyle that suits everyone.

At the end of the day, individuals don’t win titles in a squad game. It is as a team that actually brings success. The acquisition of uHigh might make the team stronger in terms of individual skills and gunpower. But, to win titles they need to perform as a team, find harmony in their playstyle without clashing against each other’s interests. We can hope to see an aggressive Bigetron now. Bigetron has now 2 of the best assaulters in the world, an experienced IGL (In-game leader) and fragger Zuxxy, and all-rounder Luxxy. Liquid and Kingzz will probably be reserved on the bench.

What will be the effect in the PUBG Mobile global Esports scene with Team Secret’s uHigh joining Bigetron Red Aliens? Drop your opinions in the comments!

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