This list comprises the best BGMI players who have tried the game, and are acing the futuristic 2051 based battle royale game PUBG New State
Ever since PUBG: New State is launched, players and streamers, both have been jumping on the game to check the game out, and needless to stay, the game is a hit. Not just that, these top players are having too much fun on the streams, and in-game.
This list comprises BGMI players who have tried the game, and are acing the futuristic 2051 based battle royale game.
Ranked Top 10 Best PUBG New State Players In India
JONATHAN, a GodLike member, is usually the player who goes undetected while carrying out his duties. Yes, he is that good. As the team’s frontline assaulter, his role is crucial. In the PUBG Mobile esports scene, his spray control is excellent, and he has perfected the art of zero recoils. He’s also played on a global level, facing up against some of Asia’s best players.
Finishing fourth in the PMCO Global Finals 2019 in terms of kills, highest kills in the PMPL South Asia 2020, most damage dealer in the PMWL East 2020, and top fragger in the PMIS 2020, with 16 kills in a single game. This list of accomplishments may fill many lines, but suffice it to say that he is currently the top player in India and South Asia.
Now, in PUBG: New State, he has been stacking up the kills, and is creating a name for himself.
Perhaps the most well-known name on this list is Sc0utOP. With a lifelong passion for sports and experience representing Kolkata at national level football, it’s only natural that this brilliant athlete would turn to esports when an accident forced him to spend six months in bed and compelled him to pass the time by playing PUBG Mobile.
He’s been a mainstay in PUBG Mobile Esports in India since the game’s birth, and he’s perhaps the best frontline assaulter the game has ever seen. By his supporters, he was known as “The Comeback Criminal.” He is now a regular on his BGMI Stream, indicating that he is preparing for forthcoming battlegrounds mobile eSports.
As expected, he is keeping up his skills in PUBG: New State and is just as lethal in the game and is in the list of the best players in India.
Harmandeep, also known as Mavi, is the best IGL-cum-assaulter in the history of PUBG Mobile, which is currently Battleground Mobile India. He was a key member of Orange Rock since late 2019, and he’s helped the team win a number of major tournaments. Mavi’s ability to lead OR assist in the finals of the ESL India Premiership 2020 and then win proves his outstanding PUBG Mobile talent.
Orange Rock has ascended to the top of the PUBG Mobile Esports world, defeating teams like RRQ and TSM – Entity on their way to the PMWL East 2020 second-place finish. Currently, he is not a member of OR and competes in BGMI Scrims with his co-player ScoutOP as part of TeamXSpark.
When he started playing New State, his chat was nothing but happy to see their favourite IGL hop on to the new game and play it as well as he does.
Raj “Snax” Varma is an Indian BGMI player who currently plays for Team IND. He’s a sniper and assaulter for his squad, as well as a well-known video creator known for his assaulting tips and tactics on his Youtube channel. His DP 4X spray is regarded as devastating by all BGMI eSports players.
He joined Team IND as a Sniper after the former sniper, Daljit, left the group. Raj was the team’s sharpshooter at initially, but Slayer ultimately took his place. Currently, he serves as the team’s assaulter and entry fragger.
He has arrived in the PUBG: New State as well. It can be seen through the amount of watching his live stream had– over 301k views.
Arshpreet ‘GiLL’ Singh was the PMPL’s Godlike best performer and a crucial factor in the team’s World League qualification in PMPL South Asia 2020. Despite the fact that Gill has now joined Orange Rock alongside Vexe, Aditya, and Viru, he has been able to demonstrate his recognised abilities in a number of events.
He was the third best fragger in the PMPL South Asia Finals and the tenth best in the league stage. So, whenever BGMI resumes their official tournaments, we should anticipate him to return to the top fraggers list.
GiLL is looking to make his name in PUBG: New State ecosystem as well. Not only is his game play top notch, he is also out there and just simply great.
Krutika is one of the newer members of 8.bit creatives, and plays a variety of games like BGMI, Valorant, and the now released PUBG: New State. She is one of the best female content creators with a whole lot of laughter, fun and most importantly gameplay, on her stream. Not just that, she is often seen playing with other content creators, and overall producing very entertaining streams.
Hydra Kanika is the only female content creator in the well known Hydra Clan. She is known for her gameplay of BGMI, and was also the winner for one of the official events by Krafton. Even though the game was full of lags on the first day, she was seen playing PUBG: New State and was pretty well in it. Her audience fully enjoyed the game, and so did she.
Kaash Plays launched her YouTube channel in May 2020. She had risen to prominence in a short period of time, and she is now one of the most well-known figures in the Indian gaming scene. She plays BGMI among other games. Her entry into the PUBG: New State was rather welcoming as she looked pretty comfortable with the game, and was pretty good at it.
Any list in the Indian gaming scene is incomplete without this name– Mortal. Naman “Mortal” Mathur is one of YouTube’s most well-known content providers. He is most likely the primary reason why a battle royale game like BGMI became famous in the country through broadcasting. He has over 6.76 million YouTube subscribers and 3.1 million Instagram followers.
On the streams, he’s recognised for his straightforward demeanour. He is also a member of Team Soul, a competitive Esports team, and is one of the most well-known players in the community. He rose to prominence after one of his YouTube videos went viral, garnering 17 million views.
Aadii “Dynamo” Sawant is a YouTuber with over 2.2 million Instagram followers and 9.93 million subscribers on his channel “Dynamo Gaming.” He is known for his catchphrase “Patt se Headshot” and leads the Hydra Esports Organization in addition to being a content developer.
He’s one of India’s most successful content developers, and he’s now the proud owner of an Esports organisation with its first-ever Bootcamp in Delhi. According to social blade, he gets between $4.7K and $75.9K every month from his YouTube channel, which translates to roughly 59 lakh INR.