Team SOUL PUBG Owner, Country, Roster, History, Achievements, Net Worth

Team SOUL is an Indian BGMI team led by one of the famous Indian streamers Mortal (Naman Mathur) and powered by S8UL Esports. The current owners are Soul Mortal, 8Bit Thug and 8Bit Goldy. Almost any BGMI fan would have heard the name of team SOUL. By winning PMIS 2019 and PMCO Spring Split: India, they have a well-deserved fame and name in Indian eSports. After the successful event at Dreamhack, 8Bit Thug encouraged them to form a professional Esports team, that’s how Team Soul was formed. Most of the S8UL members are streamers themselves and run the largest gaming youtube channels in India. Soul Mortal alone has 7.05 million subscribers. They were the first team to build their own boot camp and with the support of a major organization Soul and 8Bit created one of India’s largest Esports organization “S8UL Esports”. They have always supported players from the gaming community and are the standard bearers of Esports in India. Currently, their BGMI team is led by Sid Joshi aka Savage Sid.

Team and schedule

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Team Soul was formed by 4 individuals to compete in DreamHack Mumbai 2018. The iconic team consisted of Mortal, Viper, Rounak and Owais. The team has always spawned superstars like Regaltos and Clutchgod. Big names like ScoutOP, Mavi, Gill, Aman and Sangwan also participated under the name team Soul. Recently, the team participated in BGIS 2021 and the team consisted of Viper, Roxx, YuvaOP and Viru. But the team could not reach the final, so management decided to create a new and aggressive team. The current team is performing very well in several tournaments and the fans expect the team’s old form and dominance.

Active schedule

In game name Real name Role Accession Date
Viper Yash Paresh Soni support 21-12-2018
Omega Sahil Jachar IGL 13-01-2022
Akshato Akshat Goel Attacker 13-01-2022
goblin Hard Paudwal Attacker 29-01-2022
Hector Sohail Shaikho Attacker 10-02-2022

performance

Tournament Date Position Price
PUBG Mobile Pro League – South Asia Season 1: Final 14-06-2022 13th $3,500
PUBG Mobile Pro League – South Asia Season 1: League 07-06-2022 8th $2,000
Skyesports Grand Slam: PUBGM Invitational 19-05-2022 2nd $792
Gamers Without Borders 2022: Asia 05-05-2022 8th $2,000
Peacekeeper Elite Championship 2019 29-12-2019 12th $6,439
PUBG Mobile Club Open – Fall Split Global Finals 01-12-2019 12th $8,000
PUBG Mobile Club Open – Fall Split: South Asia 10-11-2019 2nd $30,000
PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split Global Finals 28-07-2019 12th $2,500
PUBG Mobile Club Open – Spring Split: India 15-06-2019 1st $60,000
PUBG Mobile India Series 2019 10-03-2019 1st $42,828

Net value

Mainly in PUBG, Mobile Team Infinity earns from the tournament prize pools, and total revenue so far is approximately $162,060. There are also several brand recommendations and the value is not disclosed by the organization

Updated: March 15, 2022 — 10:22 am

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