Legendary PUBG Mobile Twins Zuxxy and Luxxy Depart From Bigetron Esports
The Indonesian Esports Organization Bigetron Esports announced the release of fan-favorite PUBG Mobile legendary twins, Made “Luxxy” Prabaswara and Made “Zuxxy” Pramudita. This was announced by the esports organization through an emotional Instagram post, recalling the twins’ past achievements under the squad. Both Luxxy and Zuxxy are considered amongst the most iconic dynamic duos in the esports scene, earning them the title of “Tachibana Twins” for their pristine chemistry in tournaments. The two players are also known as the youngest talents in the PUBG Mobile esports scene who led Bigetron Esports to win various prestigious titles since the year 2018.
Bigetron Esports bid farewell to the iconic Tachibana Twins
Luxxy and Zuxxy have been the most iconic players in Bigetron Red Aliens, the esports organization’s PUBG Mobile division. The twins contributed to a lot of the team’s achievements including the PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) 2019 - Fall Split Global Finals and the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) 2020: East.
However, in a surprising post, Bigetron Esports announced the release of its two legendary players. Through an Instagram post, the esports organization wrote its farewell for Luxxy and Zuxxy.
“The journey of ups and downs @luxxy_made and @bagas_zuxxy in every game, hard work, effort, ambition, and hope, until the joys and sorrows are then converted into memories and valuable experiences,” captioned Bigetron Esports.
The esports organization went on to thank the Tachibana Twins for their hard work in spearheading the squad into dominating for five years in the PUBG Mobile esports scene.
“Thank you for the various brilliant achievements, as well as the story and historical notes that we made together,” wrote Bigetron Esports.
Luxxy and Zuxxy are amongst the most seasoned players in the PUBG Mobile esports scene. The squad has competed since 2018 when it earned its first championship title in the PUBG Mobile Indonesia National Championship 2018. The squad kept its momentum going up until the year 2020 when it won the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) - Southeast Asia (SEA) Season 2.
Bigetron Red Aliens continued to have a difficult time over the next two years, failing to win any major tournament titles. The squad finished 16th in the league stage and failed to qualify for the Grand Finals of the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC): League - East 2021. Bigetron Red Aliens had an even worse year in 2022, finishing sixth in the PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) 2022 Afterparty and 26th in the recently concluded PMGC 2022.
The 2023 PUBG Mobile esports season will begin soon. It will be interesting to see which team the twins choose to play in upcoming tournaments.