The Indian Esports scene was formerly one of the worst in the world, but with the advent of PUBGM, it has exploded in recent years. It was, however, outlawed last year owing to security concerns. It is projected to expand at an exponential rate with the reintroduction of BattleGrounds Mobile India (BGMI). Esports is predicted to become a popular career choice for people who excel at a particular video game and can compete with professional players. The top five competitive players in BGMI are listed below.
Jude “JONATHAN” Amaral
Because of his precise technique of zero recoils and spray control, Jonathan, an ex-TSMEntity competitive player, was previously believed to utilize hackers. He went undetected at the start of his career, but when they won #1 in PMCO-Fall Split: South Asia and PMIS-2020, he soon attracted the attention of fans. On a global scale, his performance has been outstanding, earning him MVP (Most Valuable Player) for two weeks in a row in PMWL-2020.
Jonathan Youtube Channel
His YouTube channel presently has 2.62 million followers, and he earns $6.1K-$97.8K per month from his YouTube streaming, according to SocialBlade.
Tanmay “Scout” Singh
One of the most well-known people on this list is scOutOP. His passion for sports began when he represented Kolkata at the national level in football. However, owing to injuries, he was forced to retire from football and join PUBGM. He has been one of the finest assaulters in the game from the beginning of the BGMI situations in India. scOut is one of the most successful BGMI players in terms of eSports or YouTube, having played for teams such as TeamIND, TeamX, Fnatic, OR, and currently TeamSOUL. He finished second in the PMCO-Spring Split with TeamIND and second in the ESL India Premiership 2020 with Fnatic. He’s also shown his skills on Global levels as he played extra-ordinary in PEC-2019 and Team OR secured #2 in PMWL-2020.
Scout YouTube Channel
His YouTube channel presently has 4.05 million followers, and he earns $11.9K-$190.9K per month from his YouTube broadcasts and videos, according to socialblade.
Arth “Vexe” Trivedi
Vexe is a fresh player that wowed the BGMI veterans with his abilities when he finished second in the PMPL South Asia League Stage and was named week 2 MVP in the same competition. Vexe is presently signed with Orange Rock Esports and is anticipated to make a comeback soon with his incredible skills.
Vexe Youtube Channel
He presently has 166K YouTube followers and, according to SocialBlade, earns $500-$8K each month from his YouTube broadcasts and videos.
Raj “Snax” Varma
Snax is a well-known eSports player in the current BGMI situation. With TeamIND, he won the first-ever BGMI event: Streamer’s Battle. When watching or playing against him, keep an eye out for his DP-28 + 4x sprays. He just joined S8UL, one of India’s largest companies, as a content developer and competes in eSports for TeamIND. He’s also famous for creating Tips & Tricks and Practice drills videos for BGMI.
Snax YouTube Channel
His YouTube channel presently has 920K followers, and he earns $3.4K-$53.7K per month from his YouTube broadcasts and videos, according to SocialBlade.
Harmandeep “Mavi” Singh
Mavi is the finest IGL-cum assaulter in the BGMI scene without a doubt. When he took OR to #2 in PMIT-2019, PMCO Spring Split-2020, #1 in PMPL Spring Split-2020 South Asia, and ESL-India Premiership’20, he displayed his In-Game Leader talents on many occasions. He took OR to #2 in PMWL’20 Season 0 even in worldwide competitions. He just joined S8UL as a content developer and will compete in eSports for SOUL.
Mavi YouTube Channel
He presently has 1.09 million YouTube followers, and according to SocialBlade, he earns $6.6-$106.2K each month from his YouTube broadcasts and videos.