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When they saw my name they did not come to Georgopol. People were like… “Oh Mortal has joined the game.” I would like to introduce myself as a PUBG Mobile gamer and a streamer as well as someone who would want gaming to be at a level where it can, you know? influence someone… to play more and build it as a career option. So we had consoles PlayStation 1, PlayStation 2… We had PC games like… Dangerous Dave Super Mario Bros. Contra GTA San Andreas Counter Strike was one of the… you know… most addictive games at the that point.

There was a game called Mini Militia. I started playing it in 2015. I began YouTube through that particular game called Mini Militia. My parents were like… “Turn it off!”

“How long will you keep playing video games?” Because we used to continue playing overnight. We used to play through the day. We played games inside the college… and outside as well. At home, it was a little strict.

“What will you gain out of it?” “Better focus on studies.” But I took it lightly… Because I was studying B.Com that is why I took it lightly.

And I used to play more and focus on my YouTube a little more than usual. First of all because of the nature Okay? You can communicate with each other. There are 100 people dropping in… you have to survive with your teammates. Your co-ordination, your strategies… You have to kill opponents and loot them. I mean, this game had everything.

The trend can control anything. Streaming has been controlled by the trend. If there was no trend of PUBG Mobile… streaming wouldn’t have been a thing. I wouldn’t have been there if there was no PUBG. When PUBG Mobile was launched… it completely changed streaming. There are so many new streamers now and they’re growing at a very good rate.

One of my videos went viral. Then I realised now is the time… I started with tips and tricks and those videos went viral.

And I had videos around that which were showcasing my PUBG skills. So that’s when I realised… that a lot of people are saying “Wow you’re such a good player.” BRIDGE CAMP! Oh man! OH MAN! These guys are excellent stream snipers!

There can’t be better stream snipers than these guys. MORTAL CLUTCH PLEASE. Mortal there’s one guy there! All dead! You killed everybody?

Yes bro! Gather around! Okay so it was 7 of us remaining in one house.

Some were on the terrace… some were outside the house. I was the only one left from my team. Now out of the 6 people… I did not know how many were squads. Someone could be playing solo.

Some could be duos or three teammates I had no clue. Now at this moment… it is wise to stay at a low profile. No matter how confident you are you shouldn’t take up a fight. Because they were doing the same thing right? No one was making a move then I decided to take it to the heal battle. Heal battle is where the final zone closes in and you have to apply your health kits.

You have to spam on the health button and when the zone closed in I started spamming… I was spamming with my eyes closed. I did not realise I had only 3 health packs. Right after the third one when I pressed the button I… If I had known that I did not have another first aid kit I would’ve simply rushed him but but when I heard the sound of the energy drink can I was like… oh what just happened? Next thing which came to mind was RUN!

And it was that millisecond had I not reached in time I was dead for sure. Now when I was running to the terrace People ask me “How did you know… …that he was on your right side?” Here’s where sound plays the most important role.

When he injected himself I heard that sound. So I knew that he was on the right side. I went upstairs and straight to the right I opened blind fire and he was dead. This was something absolutely rare. It gave me goosebumps. I became of fan of myself.

There were people talking about… Four finger control with help you play more dynamically. When I joined the community I got to know that this something new. So I started with 3-finger controls and I carried on the same thing in PUBG. I never started PUBG with 2 fingers. I had always played PUBG using 3 fingers. And then I switched to 4-finger controls and it works wonders.

People have a lot of problem with You have an iPad so it’s a lot easier for you. But it’s nothing like that. I use my Asus ROG and I use 4-finger controls on the phone as well. The screen doesn’t make a difference it’s all about practice. It’s all about giving time and adapting. Because it’s all mind games you’re switching from 2-fingers to 4-fingers So it helps you to move and shoot it helps you to play a little dynamically movement, jumping and all.

Because you’re using one finger to move around one finger to look around one finger to shoot and another to jump So… it’s everything at once. Why did he jump down? Impressive! Whoa! Oh my god!

Deadly! My first superchat to be honest was of Rs 40 as far as I remember It was claiming support “We have your back… …go for it!” When I reached 500k subscribers I got my highest superchat Rahul Srinivas… Oh my god.

Guys we’re not going to Georgopol today, wait! Thank you so much man! Rs 10,000 superchat. Oh man this is too much! I will surely die soon I can’t concentrate on my game. Yes it is a new way to socialise you communicate with people who you don’t know.

You talk to them and find out you live nearby each other. Maybe you might meet over a coffee or something. If it’s for fun… there’s no problem. You can play on emulator you can play on a mobile. There’s no point cursing anyone… “Why are you playing on emulator?”

It is a legal software Tencent has developed it. I don’t think that there should be any controversy. Controversies do happen no doubt There are people supporting emulator people supporting mobile phone and then there are people who understand that it doesn’t make a difference. I’m in that category… which understands it doesn’t really make a difference There’s also this thing “If you’re playing PUBG Mobile on a PC… …why don’t you play PUBG PC?”

So for that there is only one reason the mechanism is absolutely different. It’s only practice which will make you better. It might take a PC player a lot of time to adapt to the mobile game mechanism. As far as I know if you’re a clean emulator player and you play against emulator players… it’s absolutely fine.

PUBG Mobile has certainly changed my life because… I was about to get into studies. But then… who knew that streaming and all this… oh I feel so good.

I’ve got so many messages saying… they put up my stream after coming back from office because it makes them feel completely stress-free. Someone couldn’t do well in their exams… He commented… “Thank you for uploading this video.” And as a content creator and a streamer I’ll have to make sure that that this goes on… I got sponsored by Omlet arcade my partnership with Mr. 8bit_Thug I see them as opportunities and they’re a step towards building a career in mobile gaming especially.

And you know… I’ve this tremendous support from everyone and… cheers! Thank you! (chuckles)