Fnatic has just officially announced the Fnatic Rising Program and partnered with the streaming platform Loco to gather the best PUBG Mobile players in India from the age of 18 to 23 to work with them.

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Fnatic officially announced the Fnatic Rising Program

From June 25 onwards, players from all around India will be able to register for the program. The Fnatic Rising program will be an online tournament that lasts for 7 months so they can pick out the best 10 candidates who will be coming to Mumbai and be trained in the Fnatic facility to become professional PUBG Mobile players and content creators.

"We're taking influence from what we've done globally as a program. We are officially launching Fnatic Rising, which is a part of a seven and a half or eight months program where we will scan the entire country; we will go through the entire nooks and corners of this country to identify the best PUBG Mobile players." - Nimish Raut, Fnatic India manager.

Fnatic is a big esports organization that has many experiences in developing young talents around the world. With the help of Fnatic, chosen players will have a great foundation for their career as a professional PUBG Mobile players/ content creators. If you are looking to make your passion with PUBG Mobile a career then this is one of the best opportunities that you are going to have.

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Fnatic is having a partnership with Loco to find PUBG Mobile talents in India

The PUBG Mobile team of Fnatic hasn't got many good results lately, especially in the PMPL South Asia tournament. They finished 8th place with no Chicken Dinner in the PMPL Finals and failed to make it into the PMWL. The team is going to have a huge change in their roster after the PMPL to have a fresh start. The details about who will be included in the new roster of PUBG Mobile Fnatic is still unknown.

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