<div class="paragraphs"><p>Faze Clan Mobile Welcomes Beer11 To Their PUBG Mobile Roster</p></div>

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Faze Clan Welcomes Beer11 to PUBG Mobile Roster

Beer11 joins FaZe Clan's Thai PUBG Mobile lineup.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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FaZe Clan sign Beer11 to their PUBG Mobile roster to complete its six-man lineup.
This marks Beer11's return to the competitive PUBG Mobile scene after a month of inactivity.
The 22-year-old has previously played for RRQ Athena and is known for his intense firepower.

FaZe Clan's PUBG Mobile roster is now a six-man lineup following the signing of Pheeraphol "Beer11" Phumrat. The current Thailand champions have added the 22-year-old experienced 'Attacker' who has previously played for the reputed SEA organization RRQ Athena. Beer11 is a talented PUBG Mobile player from Thailand who has been playing competitively since May 2019. His list of notable achievements includes attaining a runners up finish at PMPL - Fall Split 2020: Thailand Finals, a fourth-place finish at PMPL - Fall Split 2020: Southeast Asia, and a third-place finish at PUBG Mobile World League 2020 - Season 0: East with RRQ Athena's PUBG Mobile team.

Beer11 Joins FaZe Clan's PUBG Mobile Roster

Beer11 had left RRQ Athena in January earlier this year, alongside Chayut "Voo" Changtongkum who was the team's coach at that time. Beer11 had announced his departure with a statement thanking both the organization and Voo for "changing attitude of this little kid to grow and learn more".

After a month of inactivity Beer11 joined another Thai PUBG Mobile team called Bacon Time, playing with them for three months before parting ways. Now, after another one-month break Beer11 returns once again as he gets picked up by the North American esports organization FaZe Clan.

FaZe Clan who are the current PUBG Mobile Thai champions could not replicate the same high level of performance at the PMPL 2021: Southeast Asia Championship, where they only secured a disappointing 12th place finish. This lead to a few changes like Paphawin "sOup77" Thanayotpinyo leaving the squad, instead being replaced by Beer11 who brought with him some much needed intense firepower.

It will be interesting to see how FaZe Clan's PUBG Mobile team go on to perform from here on out at the upcoming PUBG Mobile Pro League - Season 4 2021: Thailand League, while also trying to book a slot for themselves at the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.