U Mumba Esports, owned by Ronnie Screwvala and Supratik Sen, is preparing for the PMCO Fall Split.

U Mumba Esports has actually announced their upgraded roster for PUBG Mobile, which comes after they obtained Revenge Esports players. They broke this news on their Instagram and Twitter pages at 5.30 PM today.

All four players have been brought over from Vengeance Esports.

Revenge Esports had actually won the PUBG Mobile India Tour (PMIT) 2019, a 1 crore prize pool tournament, and also have actually been performing regularly in scrims. They were also the PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMC) 2020 finalists.

Vengeance Esports had likewise certified for the PUBG Mobile India Series (PMIS) 2020 semifinals, which will start on 28th June and go on till 2nd July. PMIS is a 50 lakh prize pool authorities competition.

A few days back, U Mumba Esports had released their roster list, which is provided below:

This team, however, had stopped working to get approved for the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) as they could only complete 11th at the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia league stages and ninth at the PMPL South Asia Finals.

With the PMCO Fall Split starting quickly, groups are preparing for the big-money event, and U Mumba have succeeded to acquire one of the most consistent groups in the PUBG Mobile community.

PMCO Fall Split registrations began on 24th June, and are open till 12th July. The occasion will follow the very same procedure of as the Spring Split, with the leading groups from the PMCO receiving the PMPL and PMWL, which will be held at the end of the year.

U Mumba Esports is owned by Ronnie Screwvala and Supratik Sen. It has expert groups completing in PUBG Mobile, DOTA 2, CoD Mobile and CS: GO. Just just recently, they had actually forayed into the CoD Mobile professional field.