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Meet the five best PUBG players in India who could win up to 1 crore in prize money

by Ankit Chawla

PUBG or PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has slowly but steadily emerged as one of the most popular battle royale multiplayer games across the globe, especially in India.

Indian publication NewsBytes has put together a list of the top 5 ranked PUBG players in India right now, who have a great chance of winning big at the PUBG Mobile India Series 2019 that has a cumulative prize money of Rs. 1 crore!



Leader of the top-ranked ETG Clan, MADDOX has a dedicated fan base on PUBG forums and has led his team to victory in a number of PUBG-related tournaments in the past. Thus, he is definitely a favourite to win the upcoming series as well, taking home a prize of Rs. 30 lakhs for the winning team.

2. 8bit-Thuglife

Animesh Agarwal, from Guwahati, is behind 8bit-Thuglife, one of the most renowned PUBG players from India. His 8bit clan is famous in the eSports community in the country because of his expertise in both the third person and first person perspectives. Agarwal frequently streams his gameplay content on YouTube.

3. iMaZiK

Next up is iMaZiK from the GodL clan, who plays most of his games in the emulator mode. His most recent achievement came in the India Crew League PUBG tournament where he managed to secure a lot of kills making him a recognised name in the PUBG India community.

4. Experiment

Part of the popular SOUL clan, Experiment is known for being the master of FPP or First Person Perspective mode. His achievements include 100 Royal points, being an Ace Tier player, and boasting a great kill to death ratio.


Yet another member of the SOUL clan, MORTAL is another one of the best in the game. 23-year-old Naman Mathur, from Mumbai, is behind MORTAL who boasts of an impressive 10 kill to death ratio. He is claimed to have honed his skills over the years having played Mini Militia in the past.

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