Galaxy Racer (GXR), one of the fastest-growing esports organizations in the world, headquartered in Dubai, has announced its star-studded double rosters for PUBG Mobile in the Middle East region and Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) in India.
GXR has signed a new PUBG Mobile roster for the Middle East region to compete in the upcoming PMPL Arabia. Their roster features a championship-winning star-studded line-up; Raouf “RAOUF” Abdellah, Maad Ali “HixYE” Ashkar, Reshar “FREAK” Dawid, Muslim Ahmed “Lord” Jawad, and Mohammed “Hamody” Qassim who were champions in the PUBG Mobile Pro League – S1 2021: Arabia Finals and multiple PUBG Mobile tournaments.
Previously, the team was competing under the banner of Gunz Esports and holds the number one position in the top Middle East and Africa PUBG Mobile ranking. Being, one of the best teams in the region, they also rank among the top 10 PUBG Mobile teams in the world. For more information related to our ranking click here.
Galaxy Racer India has also announced the return of their BGMI team (formerly the PUBG Mobile team) to India. The star-studded roster consisting of star players from India were previously flown to Dubai to compete in the PMPL Arabia after PUBG Mobile was banned in India last year.
The team will compete in Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), which is the Indian version of the game. GXR’s BGMI roster for India consists of Harshit “MJ” Mahajan, Yogesh “RoXX” Yadav, Hemanth “Ultron” Sethi, Mohammed “Owais” Lakhani, and Akash “MaxKasH” Anandani.
The team will be seen in action at the US$135,000 Battlegrounds Mobile India Series, where in-game qualifiers will begin next week. Fans are looking forward to see the return of GXR BGMI back in India as they gear up for the upcoming Battlegrounds Mobile India Series.
About Galaxy Racer
Galaxy Racer (GXR) was founded in 2019 and is one of the fastest-growing esports organizations in the world, with an impressive roster of eleven esports teams in League of Legends, Dota 2, CS:GO, Fortnite, PUBG Mobile, and Free Fire.
GXR has over 60 male and female esports athletes from 22 countries, with over 20 content creators across Middle East North Africa (MENA), and Southeast Asia (SEA), amassing over 160 million followers and generating over 1 billion monthly views.