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PUBG Mobile: Ex Fnatic player InyoDream accuses teams of buying slot

PUBG Mobile pro player Ujwal ‘InyoDream’ Chaudhari made some serious allegations against some unnamed teams and tournament organisers for selling Tier 1 (T1) Indian PUBG Mobile tournament slots. Even though this allegation is not related to any of the official tournaments, this largely speaks about the PUBG Mobile community in India, as a whole.

InyoDream was a part of Fnatic when they first set foot in India. After which, Fnatic got on board players from the star team XSpark, and some changes were made, following which ‘InyoDreams’ eventually parted ways with the team.

InyoDream raised a few issues that involve the rather dark side of PUBG Mobile community in India. He posted on Instagram saying many teams and its owners play up to Rs 15,000 to Rs 25,000 to get a slot at the T1 or the tournament organizers “demand” a certain amount for a slot.

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Most well-known teams from the country are a regular feature in the scrims and tournament, and more often than not, some new names are seen in the list of teams. InyoDream alleges top teams like Fnatic, TSM, GodLike and U-Mumba Esports “can already see what is going on” and this indicates that they are already aware of this malpractice.

He ends the post saying everyone deserves a fair chance and purchasing slots is ethically incorrect.

Such serious allegations have come at a time when PUBG is banned in the country, and players have opted to play the Korean version, so as to not go out of practice. Such a heavy raises several questions about the working of the top-tier PUBG Mobile scrim and tournaments in India.

No names have been included in the post and the identification of the direct target is a little dicey. However, what these malpractices do is force one to question the transparency and sustainability of many of the tournaments.

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