Esportswala acquires Thailand-based PUBG Mobile team

February 9, 2023

Esportswala, one of India’s leading esports organisations, has acquired Thailand’s distinguished PUBG Mobile team formerly known as UTG International to bolster its presence in the SA (southern Asia) and SEA (south-eastern Asia) regions. The team will be competing in the upcoming PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) for the massive prize pool of US$60,000 commencing from February 16, 2023.

With exceptional athletes competing in BGMI, Free Fire MAX and New State Mobile in India, Esportswala has established its name as a notable organisation within the country’s esports community. While it has expanded its footprint in the MENA region with its Free Fire roster, Esportswala’s latest Thailand-based PUBG Mobile roster in the SA and SEA regions is a concrete step taken towards fulfilling its vision of emerging as one of the best esports organisations in not only India but also globally.

The roster, comprising team captain Freddy, EARTHq, TYLORq, MrJO and TripleF, secured their berth at the well-renowned competition after finishing fourth in Thailand’s PUBG Mobile National Championships last year. They will be competing alongside 19 other teams in one of PUBG Mobile’s grandest competitions in the world, which is organised by the illustrious publisher Krafton.

Vibhanshu Tiwari, Founder and CEO of Esportswala, commented:

Our organisation has always aimed at exploring new opportunities as well as making some unique, innovative changes in the Indian esports community, and it is with this vision that we established our first BGMI team in 2022. The unfortunate ban on the title had an adverse effect on the country’s overall esports scenario, but we did not let it hinder our goal and consequently decided to move forward with our vision in MENA as well as the SA & SEA regions. We came up with high-quality lineups of PUBG M and Free fire to compete against some of the leading teams in the titles and eventually become a powerhouse in the regions. Our next challenge is the PMPL tournament in Thailand and I am confident that our talented team will put in stellar performances to bring the trophy home.

Freddy, captain of the team, said:

I am very happy that we are playing for a renowned and reputed Indian esports organisation like EsportsWala and we feel proud to be associated with them. As I have witnessed Indian teams getting a lot of support from their fans on a lot of previous occasions, we hope that we get similar backing and love from the Indian esports community. The team is determined to give the fans a very good performance as we take centre stage in one of PUBG Mobile’s biggest tournaments. Love you India and we are really looking forward to your support.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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