Harpreet Singh ‘Ronak’ Janjuha has announced his departure from the Fnatic PUBG Mobile roster. The 21-year old was part of the original roster that Fnatic acquired in October of 2019 but will now part ways from the squad. The move comes after a especially difficult time for the player, both personally and professionally, that saw him go on a break from competitive gaming to recuperate.
[Also read: Ronak Goes On Break After Rough Season]
Ronak Leaves Fnatic
Speaking about the departure, Fnatic India Head, Nimish ‘Nemo’ Raut said “We believe that Ronak is a very talented player and he was one of the top names in the scene when we picked him up. We have some great memories of his time in Fnatic, that saw him and the squad picking up the coveted PMAS 2019 trophy. However, going into the new season, we understand that team synergy and balance is going to be of utmost importance and hence we've decided to make this change. We part ways on a good note and hopefully he was able to take his cause as a professional player further, through various initiatives, including a deal with Loco. I am confident that Ronak will be able to bounce back and find success no matter where he goes. We wish him all the best for his future and hope to meet him on the battlefield."
Fnatic, will now continue their journey with the following players:
Mohammed 'Owais' Lakhani
Ashish 'Ash' Bhatnagar
Gaurav 'Franky' Rawat
Akash 'MaxKash' Anandani
Tanmay 'Sc0utOP' Singh is also part of the organization and was loaned out to Orange Rock Esports for the duration on PMWL Season Zero. The player achieved a second place finish with the team, the best performance by an Indian team in an international event, till date. But the player is unlikely to continue as a player for Fnatic, but it is rumored that he will stay on as a content creator.
Fnatic are still regarded as one of the top teams in the South Asia region and the arrival of Maxkash has had a positive impact on the team. The squad has also been directly invited to the PUBG MOBILE Pro League Season 2, South Asia, which will take place in September. They will be hoping for a better result next season, having missed out on the World League by one spot.
Ronak is still one of the more decorated players in the Indian scene having won PMIS 2019, PMCO India 2019 and PMAS 2019. In the announcement post, the player has hinted that he will not be leaving leaving competitive PUBG MOBILE and is actively looking to bounce back. We wish both Fnatic and Ronak, all the best for their future.