For several days, there were rumors about the state of the investments of the esports organization Fnatic in India and the fate of its PUBG Mobile team. In a recent interview, the organization confirmed the disbandment of the team as well as its leader in India, Nimish Raut. However, fnatic has also announced its intention to stay in the Indian market and eventually return to PUBG Mobile.
Note that the team has not been able to participate in official PUBG Mobile tournaments since the game was banned in India in September 2020. According to Fnatic, the dissolution of the roster allows opportunities to be sought in other regions, and Fnatic will look to re-establish its presence in the discipline when it is legalized again.
Fnatic also said it will be looking for other presence opportunities in India besides PUBG Mobile.