Team Vitality reveals India-based Free Fire listing hours before reports the country is banning the game

Team Vitality disclosure it’s done Garena’s Mobile Survival Game list for 2022 today. The squad consists of three Nepalese and two Indian players, who are believed to be operating out of Mumbai, India.

While the list was announced in the morning, just a few hours later, some Indian media reported that The country’s government has banned the battle royale title. The exact reason behind it has yet to be revealed, but reports say the app poses a “threat to national security”.

This is not the first time the country has blocked apps in this way. As of June 2020, more than 200 apps, including PUBG Mobile and Mobile Legends: Bang Bangwas blocked in the country because of alleged data privacy concerns.

Team Vitality’s Garena’s Mobile Survival Game the list includes Idranil “Fabindro” Saha, Mehul Rawat, Dipu Subba, Sangam Kunwar and Sanjog “A! Z3N” Thapa. Only Fabindro and Mehul are Indian players. In a release last month, Vitality speak that the listing will operate out of the organization’s training facility in Mumbai, India.

Garena has not yet responded to the game ban information.

India is one of the largest regions for Garena’s Mobile Survival Game. Banning the game will deal a huge blow to Garena. In January of this year, the developer revealed the roadmap for Garena’s Mobile Survival Game esports in India with four major quarterly tournaments and a total prize pool of more than Rs. 2.7 crores (about $357,100).

Garena has also said that it will also launch other “smaller community-focused” tournaments in 2022.

It remains to be seen what Vitality will do now. The Paris-based organization also announced last month that it is participating Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), the Indian version of PUBG Mobile. So far, the organization has signed Pratik “Aurum” Mehra as a coach for BGMI team. A complete list is expected to be published soon. Team Vitality reveals India-based Free Fire listing hours before reports the country is banning the game

Emma Bowman

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