Galaxy Racer India today released their Battlegrounds Mobile India coach. Mr Pratik ‘Aurum’ Mehra left the organisation today.
Mr Pratik ‘Aurum’ Mehra joined GXR on May 18, 2021. He gave training to the official BGMI roster of GXR.
GXR India made an official announcement today on their official Instagram handle. They wrote –
“Today we bid farewell to our PUBG Mobile Coach, Aurum. Thank you for your support and all the best in your next endeavour.”
He trained the recent active roster of Galaxy Racer India, which had the following players –
- Hemanth ‘Ultron’ Sethi
- Harshit ‘MJ’ Mahajan
- Yogesh ‘Roxx’ Yadav
- Mohammad Owais ‘Owais’ Lakhani
- Akash ‘MaxKash’ Anandani
He competed in PUBG PC Esports before joining Fnatic India. Moreover, he has been a coach since 2019. He guided team Fnatic too. The lineup had the following players –
- Mohammed Owais “Owais” Lakhani
- Ashish “Ash” Bhatnagar
- Gaurav “Franky” Rawat
- Akash “MaxKasH” Anandani
He was an esports player earlier, then he started training professional gamers.
About Galaxy Racer India :
GXR India is a UAE-based Esports organization. They have their lineups for BGMI and Free Fire esports in India.
In addition, professionals from 22 nations make up the organization’s broad multinational roster of ten teams.
The team has fielded lineups in CS: GO, League of Legends, Dota 2, PUBG Mobile, Call of Duty: Mobile, Rocket League, and Fortnite since its debut in the competitive gaming world in 2019.
Galaxy Racer entered India in 2020. They acquired team Celtz as their BGMI lineup. But they made some changes afterwards.
The organization is active in the Indian gaming industry. They have various plans and operations in the esports scenario.
Moreover, GXR will make more announcements in future. It will be about their roster as well as the coach.